no but uh actually maybe eva headcanons?
-eva wears like 1,000,000 layers always
-eva makes fancams but for like. science stuff like red blood cells and mitosis
-eva is a master at review games except for gimkit. kate is good at gimkit but none of the others. they’re unstoppable as a team on any review game out of pure competitive energy
-i feel like eva would listen to basically any music genre. she has expansive taste.
-eva has a big interest in marine animals and loves studying them, she has sunfish lover energy and also sea urchins
-eva loves dumping a bunch of facts onto all of her friends and they love it too. annleigh and mattie especially enjoy it
-eva and annleigh make music/covers together sometimes, they’re really good at it
-eva and reese definitely would go to take a walk to reese’s house after school for a project or something and end up getting off track and going on like a 4 hour long adventure. they would enjoy it (somehow. i have gotten lost walking home from school and it was a nightmare <3)
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I've been getting really good feedback on this series so I'm still going at it! The Kulu-Ya-ku isn't my favorite to work with but I think I did a good job making it fit. Now to the Bioscan!
Species Name: Sea Yaku
Biome - Lilypad Islands, Kelp Forest
Diet: Omnivore, mostly small creatures, eggs and fruits.
Scavenger Predator - The Sea Yaku is a curious creature that often stalks nests and small creatures it can grab. When not feeding on smaller creatures it will often eat off of the local flora.
Tool User - The Sea Yaku has been noted to grab things much like it's distant cousin the Sea Monkey, however, the Sea Yaku has shown far more proficiency with the use of tools, going as far as using rocks and sticks to defend itself if needed.
1 - Finger like appendages - The most interesting feature of the Sea Yaku is it's fingers, they have a much more textured grip and form to compensate for their use underwater and it's development of a thumb like appendage along with it's application of tools may suggest similar evolutionary patterns to human ancestors, possible sapient like development within this species. Further research is required.
2 - Strong beak - The Sea Yaku has a thick shell around it's beak and will use this to dig into eggs, penetrate the shells of creatures and can break through stones to reach the shiny items within, often collecting shiny things for later use or to attract mates.
3 - Sensational Nodes - The Sea Yaku have demonstrated that the extremities on their head are multi functional. On one side it seems to be sensitive to vibrations in the water, the Sea Yaku relies on this sensitivity to alert it of incoming predators from a distance. Additionally the Sea Yaku can resonate these extremities to make vibrational patters to communicate with others of it's kind.
Assessment: Mostly harmless, will often move away at the sight of larger creatures, may lead to useful resources.
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