Gel-suckers are Mantis-like organisms indigenous to the planet Darwin IV. They are hexapods, possessing six limbs; four of these limbs are used for locomotion while the final pair end in clawed arms. Gel-suckers get their name from their tendency to feast on the flesh of the Jelly-bladder Plant, which can be found growing in small groves on the outskirts of many pocket forests. This is where their clawed arms come in handy, used to rip the Jelly Bladder open, which is then followed by extending their proboscis into the organism in order to suck out its semi-solid flesh.

3-D model of a Gel Sucker.

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