Here's one of my latest artworks! This is a page from my coloring book, I Draw, You Color! It depicts a Treebork and its friends. Treeborks are peaceful crafters of beautiful weaving, which they use to make their nests. They live in small colonies of about 10 to 25 members. Of course, this is not a set number, and in tough times they are known to form megacolonies of more than a hundred individuals!
The little green and grey ungulate (hoofed mammal) sitting on a moss-rock is a Keynoot! Keynoots are tiny herbivorous animals that reside in and around ponds, rivers, and lakes. they eat marshy plants like duckweed but will go after other things like snowy cattails. There is a misconception that they mostly eat snowy cattails due to their white tongues.
The slug chillin' along side the two is a Slivaslug! They are poisonous mollusks with an affinity for spider-webs! They often form a symbiotic relationship with spiders, protecting them for a weekly ration of silk threads.
Stay colorful, peeps!
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