The janmohri has a thick hide, slow gait, and a gentle disposition. They communicate with one another through deep, sonorous puffing sounds, and maintain strong family bonds. The size of a domestic milk cow, the janmohri are a popular prey item for stripejaws and gemslades. Their strongest defence lies in their vocalizations, which can be deep and strong enough to alarm and unsettle attacking predators, and even cause temporary stunning and dizziness.
Grasslands and lowland valleys, deciduous forest
Up to 6’ high, 8’ long, and 500+ Lbs
Grasses, low shrubs and occasionally roots and berries.