Wild Brock

Wild brocks live in groups of 10-20 animals, usually found foraging together in their native forest underbrush. Their hard protective shell allows them to run swiftly through the brush without damaging their backsides. A male brock has large horns and thick intimidating manes, helping them to defend their herd of females against rival males. All brocks defend their territory ferociously, so caution must be had when entering their domain, especially in the egg laying season when females are especially testy. 

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