Ursinoid

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A Ursinoid is the typoid classification of creatures exhibiting characteristics similar to Terran bear. They tend to be mammalianoid as well.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

An ursinoid is distinguished by a number of characteristics:

  • Dense pelt
  • Distinctive aural organs
  • Highly developed olfactory organs
  • Horizontal orientation
  • Non-retractile claws
  • Plantigrade paws
  • Powerful body
  • Pronounced snout
  • Short tail
  • Stocky limbs
  • Thick, durable bones

Image Repository[edit]

  1. Ursinoids tend to be physically powerful creatures with cunning minds..
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Specific Species Exemplars[edit]

Notable Ursinoid Species: Charted Space knows a number of Ursinoid species:

Selected Ursinoid Species Exemplars
Specie/s Sophonce Remarks
Centauroan Bears Creature Centauroan Bears are large, powerful hexapodal predators regarded as symbols of status and power.
Murians Sophont The Murians or Antareans are known for the technological prowess and occupy and empire to spinward.
Sea Bear Creature Sea Bears are fearsome, hexapodal hunters with a fierce sense of determination.
Terran Bear Creature Terrans Bears are both beloved and feared ursines, known for their species variation and toughness.
Ursa Sophont The Ursa are a terragen species that was geneered by the Solomani and eventually spread out to the stars.
Vlandian Ashurgarsh Creature The Ashurgarsh is a highly dangerous creature is renowned for its sheer ferocity and determination.

See also[edit]

Selected Typoids[edit]

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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