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Common Name: Dryad
Scientific Name: Vesicanimae lustrum (forest ghost balloon)
Height: 9 feet
Though it may have the appearance of a water animal, Dryads are actually land/air plants. Dryads are part of a family called Bladder Plants. Dryads float through the forest in search of the best sunbathing spot. They have a simple nervous system that they use to move their tentacle vines to latch onto nearby branches. The translucent air sac is filled with hydrogen, providing both lift and movement when expelled through a large thruster at the back of the Dryad. Also inside the air sac are photosynthetic branches which are fed through the greenhouse translucent membrane. Dryads are completely bioluminescent, glowing green at night giving them their nickname forest ghost. To breed, Dryads explode scattering their floating seeds.
Dryads are very common in forested areas.
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