Zoras are an aquatic folk who possess fish and amphibian like traits, including fins, webbed feet and gills, which allow them to swim and thrive underwater. Zoras are normally found in or near large bodies of water, and rarely stray far away from them. Zoras do not solely live in fresh water and can also thrive in salt water. Most individuals (but not all) have fins attached to their limbs and a tail at the back of their head resembling a common aquatic creature, like a dolphin or manta. Zoras also come in various shapes and sizes, with some lacking the head fin and others having a very round body shape. Their skin color has a wide range, varying between white, light teal, light gray, light pink, maroon, brown, blue, dark blue, and green. Their skin texture ranges from scaly like a fish, to smooth like an eel, to rough like a shark. Zoras are known to have long lifespans, with many Zoras being over fifty years old while still looking young. Zora children age in such a way where, even as young adults, they can still appear to be children before reaching a growth spurt. As Zoras age, they hold themselves to higher standards of speaking as a matter of pride.
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