- Scientific Name: Anguilla bifida (Fork-tailed eel);
- Fact: The term "bifid" means "forked" or "cleft into two";
- Location: In the waters of the slaughterhouses;
- Worth: 600 units;
- SC Comment: (randomized) "Splendid picture..."
The Anguilla bifida are creatures that live in fresh water. They can only be found in the water canals around the slaughterhouses. They're not aggressive at all and don't even mind being passed over by the hovercraft.
Like their name indicates, these long eels have the tip of their tails cleft in two parts. Their bodies are entirely black with neon teal stripes. Their big eyes are a very dark mix of blue and green with no irises. Their heads are the size of a grown human adult. They live in groups of two or three and spend their time swimming on the water's surface. They remain undisturbed when approached.
They are based on the real-life eel that comes in various shapes and sizes.