These creatures enjoy bathing in the kitai springs, and can become very hostile if you disturb them. They prey on small animals and bugs, and occasionally something bigger to feed their babies and mate.
Black, grey, and dark green/blue.
Shaped like a cheetah
Rajodami are a little smaller than a cheetah
Around 38-90 pounds
Their [Insert color here] plates that cover their body for protection
A rajodami's scales are made of a thick, boney plate
When seeing something, let's say, a human, they will notice but not attack. When the human gets closer, the rajodami will face the human and it's plates rise, much like fur or a skunk's tail, as a warning. If the human continues it will making a barking sound to alert others of the danger before pouncing and going for the shoulders. The shoulders, they know, are quite nice to sink one's fangs into, then they retreat. If the human
Pouncing, trying to get from shoulders up, and then biting and clawing
After trying the method above ^ They run like they're never run before
They have sensitive bellies
They bark like seals and often hiss
How dangerous their opposer is. Are they mad, and ready to taste some blood? Or are they trying to get by without a fight?
They can't hear very well at all
A nice spring of kitai
If Euadorf has a national animal, these bois would be it
They usually have two sets of triplets in their lives
Helicopter parenting in nature