Tuesday, December 03, 2013


Blood-drinkers reproduce asexually or sexually by growing a small bloody membranous bud from some part of their body, a replica of itself. Initially the "bud" is fed by the parent or host. Finally, as the point of attachment constricts, the young blood drinker breaks off. From there it begins to catch mice and worms on its own. As Blood-Drinkers grow they tackle larger and larger prey. Ancient Blood-Drinkers can be giant sized and able to reproduce by many buds at once.

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