Diet: Roots and tubors
Predator: young eaten by Deathgleaners
Time: Ice WorldHabitat: North American Desert; desert in Kansas
In the Life of a Desert RattlebackEdit
The Desert Rattleback is a distant cousin and sub-species of the South American or Grassland Rattleback. They have evolved sharp, protective spines on their backs. Their young are vulnerable because their spines are soft and undeveloped. They dig up roots and tubors to eat. They are herbivores, and pose no threat to the burrowing Spinks.