By Hydro | June 26, 2015
Here are a bunch of Flunejaws and their relative size!
By Hydro | May 25, 2015
Another recent one that shows both scale and a biome shown all in one.
By Hydro | April 27, 2015
Both scale and a biome shown all in one. This is a more recent one.
By Hydro | March 25, 2015
Biome: Justin Polar Bay
Period: Biglian Period
Fauna: Gilltail, Ice Swarmer, Iceberg Foi, Polar Xxeljet
Flora: Filtertower Starflora
By Hydro | February 19, 2015
Period: Yoktonian Period
Fauna: Pleppo, Flying Plent, Rowing Plent, Giant Murkworm, Plesiosaurus
Flora: Boardlilly, Shallowpalm
By Hydro | January 21, 2015
I thought I would post something different. Today we feature a scale picture of Gillfins by Colatrinker. Enjoy!
By Hydro | December 30, 2014
I wish everyone happy holidays! Here is a picture of Candycane Bonegrass to get you in the mood.
By Hydro | November 27, 2014
The sheltered gilltail replaced its ancestor. During daytime, sheltered gilltails hide in crusicruges. At night, they emerge to feed on LadyM korystals. Using crusicruges as shelter and only being active at night help it avoid falling prey to one of its many predators. Most of the time, sheltered gilltails look much like their ancestors. Most of the time, the only physical differences are the slightly smaller bodies, absence of a fin below the respiratory tube, and proportionally bigger eyes. However, during late summer, female sheltered gilltails grow an small, needle-like ovipositor. The females inject a special toxin into the inner membranes of a crusicruge with this ovipositor. The toxin greatly modifies the crusicruge’s hormones, sterilizing it and making it grow bigger in a more upright shape. As a result, the enlarged crusicruge effectively becomes a protective wall. The female lays only one egg into each crusicruge, and each sheltered gilltail lives in the same crusicruge it hatched in.
By Hydro | October 31, 2014
Happy Halloween everyone!
By Hydro | September 29, 2014
On September 2nd was the 8th Anniversary of the creation of Sagan 4. Many creative people have worked on this project over the last 8 years. We have had people come and go, just like the species of Sagan 4. Many thanks to everyone who has participated in the past and present. May Sagan 4 have many years to come. Happy Anniversary of Sagan 4!