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F - Ramey


- Agile climbers, adept at moving swiftly through trees.

- Brightly colored fur that serves as a warning to potential predators.

- Possess head-butting behavior similar to that of a ram.

- Playful and mischievous nature.

Danger Ranking: F

Rarity: Uncommon

Region: Forests

Description: Rameys are playful, monkey-like creatures found in the forests. Resembling a combination of monkeys and rams, they have unique features that set them apart. Rameys are skilled climbers, effortlessly leaping from branch to branch with their agile movements. Their fur is brightly colored, standing out even in the dim light of the forest, serving as a warning to potential predators that they are not easy prey. When confronted by threats, Rameys will exhibit head-butting behavior, using their horn-like structures to fend off attackers. However, they are generally harmless and have no interest in attacking humans. In fact, they often display a mischievous and playful nature, enjoying interactions with people and occasionally playing tricks on those they encounter in the forest. Due to their playful behavior and unique appearance, Rameys are considered a protected species by the Wildlife Association, allowing them to thrive in their forest habitats.

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