The Raptors are originally coming from the thick jungle up north, in hopes of finding more prey. They are a very aggressive species, and whenever they are not hunting, they can easily end up fighting each other. However, during hunts, they become ruthless killers, working perfectly together to take down the weaker and more vulnerable prey. The Raptors communicate with high-pitched sounds that are quite similar to what guinea pigs make, and since the few surviving guinea pigs are quite sensitive to the Raptors’ sounds, their upset behavior can usually predict incoming Raptor attacks.
The Tramplers are a herbivorous species that are essentially friendly in nature. They peacefully feed on grass, bushes, and small trees most of the day, but if they feel threatened they, can quickly become very dangerous. The young and the elder often become targets of Raptors, so the Tramplers usually live in herds on wide, open fields to be able to notice the attack in time and take a defensive stance using their powerful and lethal tail as a weapon. The only thing that scares them is the storm, which they can sense beforehand; in that case, they usually find shelter under the edges of larger rocks and remain there until it passes.
The Shieldheads are a large, powerful species, that generally lives in canyons and is always in search for berries, their favorite kind of food. Though they are herbivores, they can be very dangerous, too. Beside their huge size, their skull is almost unbreakable, and they tend to use their head as a flail. And if that wasn’t enough, most of their body is covered with thick, armor-like skin. Being mostly solitary creatures, they come together only to mate and then stick together solely for the duration of raising their pups. Once the little Shieldheads’ armor skin is fully grown, they all separate from each other. Though they live most of their lives alone, there are places on the island where the elder Shieldheads go to connect with their species and lay down for the very last time.