Currently for adoption:
Zollitary - Gaiinawolf
Leon - Bk13
Alba - Bk13
Aaheli - Ɖαиcɛ Ɯιтн Ƭнɛ Ɖɛʌιℓ
Zenya - Versa_Mythology
Once thought to be a hybrid of a zebra and a llama, hence it's name, the Zeyama is a rare creature of unknown origin. Though showing characteristics of both animals, scientist are unsure of what to make of this strange creature. Some speculate that it may bear more resemblance to the Okapi or Giraffe. Either way, they certainly are pretty odd looking.
Though rather awkward and strange looking creatures, they are extremely hardy and adaptable, living everywhere from mountain tops to forests and even deserts.
Wild zeyama vary little in overall appearance. The thick, coarse coat that covers the body may be shed for warmer climates. In extremely cold habitats some may be found with thick fur covering the neck area, but will struggle to find a mate as the short fur is essential to breeding.
All zeyama will display the typical black and white striped head of the species. In most this will extend all the way down the neck, in others it may be limited only to the head or extend past the shoulders. Lighter stripes may cover the rest of the body, similar to zorses', but will not be as distinct.
The body may show any color and pattern found in llamas.
Most Zeyama are covered entirely in a dense coat of fur, excluding the neck which has little to no fur covering it. This is done in order to attract a mate. Zeyama with the most clearly defined stripes will get first choice in mates. The thickness of the mane may also play a part. Zeyama with short or floppy manes are usually less likely to get a female.
Zeyama may spend their entire lives in groups or come together only to mate, it varies by subspecies and climate. Most are highly social animals.
Savannah: Short, light coat of fur throughout the body. Most form small herds and join together during migrations before splitting off again. Striping only covers the head.
Mountain: Thick furred except on neck. Mostly solitary, forming temporary herds throughout the year with zeyama coming and going as they please. Striping covers head and neck. [pictured]
Arctic: Thick furred, may have thicker fur on neck. Year round herds. Striping covers head, neck, and sometimes shoulders.
Found in extremely cold areas.
rarity: Very Rare
Domestic: Bred specifically for human use. Striping may cover anywhere from head to past shoulders. Striping may be non-existent or cover the whole body, but both are considered faults. Used primarily as pack animals but can be ridden, though their stubborn and headstrong disposition makes them hard to break and unfavorable for most riders.
Wide variety of colors and coats.
- Don't steal, give me credit. (should be obvious)
- No begging or whining, you'll only hurt your chances by doing so.
- Unless I give you permission, do not make your own.
- This isn't a rule, it's more of a preference. Please use them somehow instead of just letting them collect dust. They are characters, not collectibles. These were originally created as a joke between my friend and I, but I'm pretty attached to them.
-The gray one pictured is my personal zeyama, he is not for adoption.
Please tell me if i missed anything or if something doesn't make sense. ^^