Hihn thumworm

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Hihn Thumworm
Habitat:Katavyan forests and meadows.
Description:Blurry forest and flower colors on a taut smooth body that ripples smoothly as it moves, the thumworm can be a tiny splendor when discovered.
Notes:This larval caterpillar, for some reason, grows to precisely one thum's length, invariably.

One of its foraging habits is to anchor its tail on a leaf, and scour in a perfect two-thum circle. Hihn mathematicians used this observation to study radius, circumference and diameter. Studies of the shadows cast by leaves eaten thus produced knowledge of ellipses.

This is the larval form of the Mithril Faeyora Butterfly.

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