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sand Tarakava

Sand Tarakava were the smaller cousin of the aquatic Tarakava.1 They made their home in the sandy wastes of Po-Metru and Po-Wahi.12 Its usual hunting method was to lurk beneath the sand and then strike when prey passed near. It was a natural enemy of the Kikanalo, usually preying on the weak or injured in a herd.1

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Sand Tarakava were a smaller cousin of the amphibious Tarakava. They lived in the sandy wastes of Po-Metru. They hid beneath the sand, waiting for prey to pass near. The sand Tarakava was a mortal enemy of the Kikanalo.3