For thousands of Earth years this race of hat wearing lizards has mimicked earthlings’ fashions. From fur dressed cavemen, through toga wearing Greek playwrights, to the elegantly dressed Elizabethan age creatures of today.
The slaverphant is a grazing quadruped native to the planet Oblik IV (nicknamed “Owen’s World”). It can be recognized by its two dexterous trunks, its flat mouthless head, and its six eyes.
The purple spotted bird-lion is a quadrupedal predator native to the planet Oblik IV (commonly known as Owen’s World)
The castle-backed Oblikalo is a quadrupedal ungulate native to the planet Oblik IV (commonly known as Owen’s World)
The giant land jockey is a large androgynous marsupial native to the planet Oblik IV (nicknamed Owen’s World). It is the largest known insectivore and the largest extant member of the taxonomic order caballarii.
Owen’s World is home a huge diversity of strange and intriguing native lifeforms. So diverse is life on Owen’s World, in fact, that some biologists refer to it as “the liveliest place in the galaxy”.
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The Hive Programme proposes that mankind move underground until the ice age thaws. The programme developers draw up an unbelievable but achievable plan to create underground mega cities that will sustain life for generations to come.