Created by a cross-breeding experiment by Middle Age husbandry experts, the donkapilla eats mostly the mulch and fallen leaves on the edges of forests. It is an extremely shy creature and will retreat into the forest if it senses nearly anything nearby.
Considered edible by most nomadic cultures, the Donkapiller is not very nutritous, but can be used as a powerful aphrodisiac if necessary.
Found usually in the Amazon basin, it can however trek out and be found as far north as the border of Mexico.
Hairy-nosed southern Donkapiller
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