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Eye-eye snakes are reptiloids native to Sulon. Vaguely snake-like in appearance, they possessed an eye on each end of their serpentine body; the anterior eye was used to watch where it was moving to, while the posterior one was used to watch out for potential predators. While harmless to most organisms, they attempted to bluff their way out of a potentially dangerous situation by hissing at larger creatures that got too close to them.

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