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The gantor is a domestic [[Amtor|amtorian]] animal, larger than an african [[elephant]] and has similiar legs (this is were the similarities cease). It has a bull like head, and a stout four foot long horn growing out from the center of its forehead. Its has a large mouth and a powerful jaw filled with teeth. the coat, back of the shoulders, was short and a light tawny yellow marked with white splotches like a pinto horse,while covering the shoulders and short neck was a heavy dark mane. The tail was like that of a bull. Three enormous horny toes covered the entire bottoms of the feet, forming hoofs.
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The gantor is a domestic [[Amtor|amtorian]] animal, larger than an african [[elephant]] and has similiar legs (this is were the similarities cease). It has a bull like head, and a stout four foot long horn growing out from the center of its forehead. Its has a large mouth and a powerful jaw filled with teeth. the coat, back of the shoulders, was short and a light tawny yellow marked with white splotches like a pinto horse, while covering the shoulders and short neck was a heavy dark mane similar to that of a horse. The tail was like that of a bull. Three enormous horny toes covered the entire bottoms of the feet, forming hoofs.
 
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[[Category:Fauna]]
 
[[Category:Amtor Wildlife]]
 
[[Category:Amtor Wildlife]]

Latest revision as of 23:45, November 13, 2019

Gantor

The gantor is a domestic amtorian animal, larger than an african elephant and has similiar legs (this is were the similarities cease). It has a bull like head, and a stout four foot long horn growing out from the center of its forehead. Its has a large mouth and a powerful jaw filled with teeth. the coat, back of the shoulders, was short and a light tawny yellow marked with white splotches like a pinto horse, while covering the shoulders and short neck was a heavy dark mane similar to that of a horse. The tail was like that of a bull. Three enormous horny toes covered the entire bottoms of the feet, forming hoofs.

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