Gneo Meglips  (8.5X11 inches double-matted)

They're not birds, they're not insects, they're not mammals nor are they reptiles. These creatures are in a category of their own. They have hard flexible shells that work as wings, live in communities of extended families and are semi-arboreal. Meglips are egg-layers but are endothermic (i.e. warm-blooded). All the eggs within a community are kept in the hollows of trees and cared for by the entire group. They exist only on the Everett Islands and by necessity are good swimmers too. The explorers that first find them reported that they make a tasty and rich meal.


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