The Mushwooken are a carnivorous mammal that live in the forests of the Icy Divide. Their fur is dense and glossy, protecting them from the cold temperatures of their region. Lining their backs is a hard stone-like shell that protects them from predators. Their tree-like antlers are both a place for small birds to perch before being eaten and a weapon during attacks. They spend most of their time on the floor of the forest, but are adept at climbing trees and using their hands to manipulate rocks and sticks as tools.
Solitary by nature, the Mushwooken are only found together when they mate. Once a year during the three moon equinox all Mushwooken migrate to a valley in the Icy Divide for the great coupling. This lasts for three days and then all of the creatures journey back to their home in the forest.
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Photos by Keith May of May Photo