Blue Lash Toad
A Species of Toad that makes Azurean its natural habitat.
The Blue Lash Toad is unique in that it was one of the few animal species in the world that called Azurean clusters, home. It's unclear as to their exact origins, but researchers point to the natural security of Azurean clusters. Very few animals can deal with the radioactive pulses from Azurean, but these frogs have adapted.
Blue Lash's gather azurean radiation in their body and filter it through their skin. They also swallow small pieces of Azurean to help digestion and allows them to catch bigger than normal prey.
The Blue Lash earned its name from its ability to shoot out azurean held in their tongues. When threatened the large blue-tinted toad can sot their tongues out as lighting spell. The speed of their tongues are among the type of it
They live on average around 25 years. They have the ability to change their sex as well. This caused the Blue Lash to flourish in a large number of places. Their ability to change their sex has allowed the toad species to survive in places and times where other species have failed.
Uses and Purpose
Over time of swallowing Azure, their very blood becomes radioactive and its skin shining with Azurean. This has made it a great family to hut on the coasts. /
- 25 Years