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Kaburaisu (Selachimorpha Draconus) Superorder of sharks, draco
Not a whole lot is known about Kaburaisu. What is known is based on scientific hypothesis, what little we do know, and evidence left behind.
Kaburaisu grow, on average, to a height of 6 feet 3 inches, and weigh about 209 pounds. Kaburaisu are spontaneous breeders; They mate when they are in 'season', so as not to cause too much competition among females. Males generally stay back as the females fight for 'first choice'.
Kaburaisu typically have only one egg; there have been instances of two, but one is abandoned upon the growth. The eggs hatch into the form we know as Fukumaru. Fukumaru are born with a sexual dimorphism apparent; the males have a nock on the back of their head, whilst the females do not. The larger the nock, the more likely the females will want to choose it first. When Fukumaru hatch, their 'season' of mating is the opposite of which it is born; that is, if it is born in the summer, it mates in the winter. Fukumaru live on a diet of Zubat, Paras, and the occasional Ponyta, as it will attack larger creatures. After 14 years, it grows into an adolescent, yet sexually active, form we know as Gabaito. Gabaito lives on the larger Golbat, Rapidash, and Parasect.
There are two distinct pods on a Kaburaisu's head. These are a form of sonar. They send out waves, recieve them and if the prey is weak to it, sends out large sound waves which paralyze the foe.
Kaburaisu have been recorded to live for 75 years in captivity, though it is suspected that they live for 500 years or more, as an account of a Kaburaisu with black and white coloring was recorded in the 1500's, and it has been seen constantly, even up to now.
Kaburaisu's live in East Asia, North America, and partss of northern Europe. There is a rivalry between Kaburaisu's and Tyranitar's as to the dominance of mountain caves.
Last edited by Seth_X_of_Fortree; 7th December 2006 at 6:12 AM.
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