A typical Modarn Sawneek.

Modarn Sawneeks are a recently-discovered Sawneek sub-species.

Modarn Sawneek BiologyEdit

Modarn Sawneeks are quite similar to other Sawneek species. Modarn Sawneeks tend to have more spikes on their backs than most other Sawneek species, and they have much larger eyes and noses.

It is theorized that Modarn Sawneeks use their improved eyes and noses to better detect Regn Bushes.

Modarn Sawneeks are also almost always infested with spiders, usually numbering in the thousands. The spiders do not seem to harm the Sawneek in any way and are not parasitic. Although they will sometimes eat Rgins that were acquired by the host Sawneek.