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- The false garke is not a garke at all, but another creature often mistaken for its more vicious namesake. Herbivores which behave in a much less aggressive manner.
- Common Names
- False Garke, Burrow Garke
- 18-27 kilograms (40-60 pounds), 1.2 metres (4 feet) in length.
- Their fur ranges in colour through browns and reddish shades with a lighter belly. Long necked and medium tailed, false garke move about on the bellies. They have vestigial legs barely noticeable on close inspection.
- Sexual Dimorphism
- Males of the species tend to be slightly larger than females.
- False garke hides can be a variety of browns and reds in different patterns which aid in natural camouflage.
- The false garke is a herbivorous pack creature of the plains.
- Fruit, grasses, flowers and leaves of succulents.
- Social grouping
- Colonies number between 20-30 adults forming complex tunnelled nests underground, and ranging out to collect foodstuff in groups of 3-6 foragers.
- Generally wary. Nest complexes will have multiple entrances and guards at watch over the colony during daylight hours.
- Young are born live, in broods of 3-4 whelps, each spring during the flowering season.
- Fur, Meat