The Sands of Mata Nui
The gentle Kouroua is an uncommon but welcome sight in the forests of Le-Wahi.
This amiable, slow-moving creature is content to hang beneath the high branches
all day, stirring only to seek a meal of fresh, ripe fruit.
The Kouroua’s long arms end in powerful hooks, strong enough to support its weight
even through long nights of slumber. Its curiously upturned toes are perfect for
clinging to branches, and the Kouroua can dangle upside-down by them for hours at an end.
When threatened or provoked, a Kouroua will scramble away with surprising agility,
using all four limbs to swing nimbly from tree to tree. If it is unable to make an escape,
the Kouroua will as a last resort defend itself with its long reach and sharp claws.
On rare occasions, a lone Kouroua will make its way to the distant ground in search
of food or new trees. On land, its movements are less graceful, as its feet are ill
equipped for the marshy forest floor, obliging the creature to adopt an awkward,
knuckle-walking gait. It was this shuffling lope and hunched-over posture that
earned the Kouroua its affectionate Le-Koran nickname of "The Old Green Man of the Woods."
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