March92013
In search of bigger prey, the Beast is no longer hesitant to dive right for its’ meal. Few fish can escape the cage of its’ beak, and the Beast is quick to swim after those that do, with a tail that serves as a rudder both underwater and in the air. It hunts in flocks, calling to each other with a loud bugle that reverberates through the Beasts’ crested beak.

In search of bigger prey, the Beast is no longer hesitant to dive right for its’ meal. Few fish can escape the cage of its’ beak, and the Beast is quick to swim after those that do, with a tail that serves as a rudder both underwater and in the air. It hunts in flocks, calling to each other with a loud bugle that reverberates through the Beasts’ crested beak.

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