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Evolutionary Chronicle - Makika

Makika are large, burrowing amphibians commonly found throughout the Mata Nui continent. Thanks to the foul acid secreted from their skin, they have few natural predators. The Makika are also capable of spitting a more concentrated version of said acid at a target, an ability they use for deterring predators as well as hunting. Powerful front legs as well as hidden bony spades on the hind legs allow the Makika to burrow quickly through the ground. They are largely nocturnal, preferring to spend the day in their underground burrows as well as hibernate there during seasons of little rain.
The blue variety of Makika is mainly found in the many rainforests, lakes, rivers and swamp regions of Mata Nui. Unlike their more solitary desert brethren, the jungle Makika are highly social animals, often congregating around the waters as their loud croaks and bellows echo throughout the forests at night. When available, these toads often seek out Nui-Rama eggs, an easy source of fat and protein, but will not hesitate to prey on any animal smaller than themselves, including their own kind.
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