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Bagraam, The Deception of Devourers
The Bagraam is a special breed of insect that despite constant shedding and regeneration of it's exoskeleton has never quite developed an exterior for it's rear. This of course leaves the creature vulnerable to attacks from it's rear, but the Bagraam has perfected a way of luring it's prey and/or enemies using it's weakness. The rear of the Bagraam is quite unique as it resembles a deer/dog a common prey or plaything for most other organisms. Using this in mind the creature carefully lures it's catch through displaying it's rear in a fashion suitable for the situation, such as pretending to be injured to attract predators or enticing onlookers with elegant movements.Then when the catch is caught of guard it lunges from behind and swallows the prey up whole.
The rear can often be seen "grazing" during the spring time thus furthering it's illusion to potential prey, but in actuality the creature is only preparing for hibernation in a similar way as a bear does by plugging it's anus with leaves and twigs. The "snout" is it's anus. The Bagraam's favorite food is human children, as their curiosity is quite easy to lure.