Quilled Pipe Stem- ca. 1890s, Sioux One of the many traditions surrounding the calumet, or pipe stem, is that it incorporated a representative of each of the different forms of life: wood from the plant world, earth paints from the mineral world, porcupine quills and horsehair from the world of four-legged creatures, and bird feathers or skin from the world of the winged creatures. Learn more! http://on.fb.me/28YuPjv
Physically this creature resembles a tall dead eucalyptus tree at a height of 40 meters. Biologically however, this plant like creature seems to be formed of human matter though sharing the same properties and function of a regular eucalyptus plant.
Sea Worm plants Doesn't eat any thing plant life 34 months then regenerates small fish eat it. Gets eaten by only starfish Lives in fourth zone