A genus of semi-aquatic bipedal peoples. Two subspecies, the intelligent, fish-like Sea Zora and the monsterous, more lizard-like River Zora make up the genus, while their ancestral relative the Zola is now extinct.   Zora are long lived and thrive in watery areas, most notably Zora's Domain. Physically, both types are physically similar to predator animals, like sharks, eels, and rays. The River Zora posses an powerful head tail, which increases their ability to move while swimming. This muscular structure stretches over the top of the skull and contains the large, protuding nose at the front of the face.  
Scientific Name
Rawar Zora
300 years
Average Height
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