Nobody knows how the anemones migrated to land, but they brought the eels with them.
Leaf anglers aren't deadly to larger mammals but are difficult to escape.
The axlotls are unusually aggressive. Also, vain about their gill flaps.
Taxibats can be hired for only a few skeeter pellets per mile.
There are legends of great beasts who can pick a person up and carry them vast distances.
This bee is making off with technology it clearly does not understand.
Nothing like a magic sword to . . . um . . . cut things good.
The Handy Travelers maintain the bridges over the chasms and streams of the forest.
Lightning and magical mishaps can set the forest ablaze.
Look up often! There are cannibals up there.
Slow, gigantic, and a pretty smooth ride.
Offending an Entropist is a sure way to get yourself cursed.
Not born with wings? Make some (and use them at your own peril).
Many rare goods are available at the market of the flea.
Even a brief rain can turn into a deadly flood for a tiny beast.
Every journey starts with some packing. Then a single step. Then lots more steps.
The voles left behind many small fortresses. Some are still filled with useful stuff.
A swifter fox can jump right over a regular swift fox. The lazy dog wants no part of it.
Some creatures love to fight over a nice patch of swamp.
A frilled steed can run over land and water but is woefully inadequate if it runs off a cliff.
Hornets! Hornets! Run!
Choose a hummingull for a fast and terrifying ride.
The iguanas developed better teeth to adapt to a meat-based diet.
Sometimes East is North and the whole world turns into a churning swirlie.
Hydrogen jellyfish can be harnessed for travel by daring vertebrates.
Alltheberry juice is both delicious and sustaining.
These legtraps have no taste for flies but do enjoy the occasional shinbone.
Lemmings don't really stampede over cliffs, but they will stampede over you.
Lotus petals: Perfect for when you want to forget what it was you were doing.
Meditation and iron will allows for the levitation of grubs.
Neither rain nor sleet nor a lack of eyesight will prevent the deliveries.
It's best to avoid picking mushrooms unless you are a trained mycologist.
Low on health? Steal some from a neighbor.
The humans have gone elsewhere, but their neurons are still sometimes seen dancing through the treetops.
A wise creature stashes food for times of need.
The voles created possum/giraffe hybrids with mixed success.
An otter is always happy to give a ride down the rapids despite the danger.
Philosophers have vast stores of knowledge and advanced healing skills.
Tree kangaroos are mellow creatures who don't mind stowaways in their pouches.
The vole empire created the brush quaggas as personal transportation. Many are still domesticated.
Torrential forest rains are cleansing but kind of miserable.
Canopy rays don't seem to notice passengers. The hard parts are getting on and off.
The roots of the mighty trees form the highways of the forest.
Most voleish technology has already been discovered but much survives at the bottom of lakes and ponds.
Some magic can swap your destiny with that of an opponent.
When the volecraft fell from the sky, the remnants of their engines left tiny singularities scattered across the planet.
Sudden and cataclysmic sinkholes can foil carefully laid plans.
Slooooow riiiiide . . . taaaake iiiit eeeeeaaaasy . . .
Pack snails can carry a lot of equipment and always get there eventually.
Once rare, the mighty tusked solenodons are now common terrors of the forest.
The spirits of creatures who died in terror rise up on dark night to torment the living.
Sometimes fungal infections can get totally out of hand.
There's nothing like a refreshing bath to sooth the body and spirit.
Arboreal squid are experts at camouflage and choking things.
Squirrels are hoarders and are often willing to barter their goods.
Herds of stinkbugs can make large areas of the forest uninhabitable for anything with a nose.
Choosing the wrong path can lead to an impassable wall of thorns.
Thought trilobites were extinct? You haven't been looking under the right rocks.
Many of the volecraft that fell from the sky have a plethora of usable components.
A wardenbug forms a bond with its bearer and protects it from harm.