Create a Creature BY Jared Weinberg

The Yeticudda looks exactly like its relative the Barracuda

Where My Creature Lives

My Creature lives in the neritic zone. It lives in shallow water and relies on its camouflage, razor sharp teeth, and speed it gets its prey.

This baby octopus is a lunch for the Yeticudda

Feeding: The Yeticudda is a carnivore that feeds on smaller fish, octopus, and shrimp.

Explanation: The Yeticudda is a barracuda structure but has the ability to camouflage like a cuddlefish. My creature is a silverish blue so it blends in with the water even when its not camouflage. My creature can grow up to 5 feet long.

Protection: When the predator of the Yeticudda comes around, they blend in with their surroundings and use their speed to get away from the predator.

Others: The Yeticudda is a nektonic because of the fins and tail. It uses gills for the breathing. And to reproduce Females lay their eggs and the Males fertilize them.

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