Anatomy & MorphologyFalcon/eagle-like with longer curved black beaks and great wingspans.
On males, inner-wings have many colored feathers
Most colors are of Dax (yellow, orange, red) but have some Suz with green, less blue, and very little purple)
While their inner-wings are colorful their body and outside feathers are shades of brown, grey, black, or white
Dietary Needs and Patterns
Rather than hunting within their air space, they find it easier to hunt for grounded creatures.
Mating Rituals & Family
While tsohtsi do not pair for life, they are monogamous creatures who pair for two to four hatchings. The males go off hunting while the females spend their days roosting. Due to modern inventions, a female is now able to live her life while her eggs and young are wormed by incubators. This also puts a strain on their monogamous relationships, as their duties are thrown into question, this having many nests without a father.
While it does not take long for the hatchlings to reach flight, usually about one to two years, it does take them many decades to reach sexual maturity. For nearly seventy years, males learn of the world, find a prime place to nest, and begin their extensive work of decorating their nests. Females, on the other hand, reach sexual maturity within one or two decades, spending their time searching for a good area to live (usually with bountiful hunting grounds)
Original Ecology & Habitat
Due to their land not staying in one place, breaking apart, and crashing into each other their Aiaoiv (see Division of Ideas) is ever changing. Also, due to their unified belief they tend to work with their neighbors when their land tears apart or comes together believing that it is divine intervention of their separation or unification.
Bathing: Tsohtsi usually pluck at their feathers to pick away parasites and debris. Every now and then they use water to cleanse themselves.
EtcWhen on land waddle like penguins, so they spend most of their time in the air and usually close to the ground if traveling with a land dweller.
Scholars attest that they were the first to us pigments to create drawings, and even the first to create “art”.
Their major Reln is wox.
- Genetic Ancestor(s)
AppearanceBlack legs with more feathers of red
1.4-1.5 meters from beak to tail tip
2.9-3.1 meter wingspan
AppearanceWhite legs with more green, blue, and purple colors
1.1-1.5 meters from beak to tail tip
2.3-3.1 meter wingspan
1-1.35 meters from beak to tail tip
2.1-2.8 meter wingspan