The Velusian fursnake was a reptilian species of serpents native to the rocky volcanic islands of Velusia. Within the ecosystem they served to regulate the population of the islands' numerous avian species as the area's dominant predator.
Biology and appearanceEdit
Though reptilian, the fursnake had a thick coat of fur to help it regulate its internal temperature. A triangular head and toothy maw, though impressive and potentially painful, diverted attention from its venomous bony tail-stinger. A single sting was usually more than enough to paralyze its prey, or an Aquar unlucky enough to step on one.