The Mooxe, also known as Bovinae Spinalapis or The Stone Backed Ox, is a native herbivore to [REDACTED]. It looks most similar to a cross between a moose and an ox, hence the nickname ‘Mooxe’. They feed mostly on brush and low hanging leaves, and are relatively calm if approached carefully, leading some to believe they were once used by the native population as cattle.

Due to their size and tendency to live in medium to large herds they have few natural predators. If aggravated, they typically lower their head and charge, using their antlers as weapons. If the attacker is small enough, they’ll also try to trample it.