The Quadbird is a giant, omnivorous bird species with the females being the size of a female ostrich, and the males being the size of a male ostrich.
There diet consists of: Berries, plant matter, seeds, bugs, lizards, and carcasses of larger prey animals left behind by predators, almost anything they can find, they will eat. If they spot an injured animal they can keep up with, Quadbirds will kill them as soon as they get the chance.
They are close relatives of the ostrich, but unlike their not-so-distant cousins, they are not designed for speed, and prefer a slow, leisurely walk with their thick, short legs, and only ever enter water to drink and forage, live in the undergrowth of forests, and are though they are very social animals, it's not often that you find groups together, usually only in wide open areas where they can all comfortably live together.
They are trusting, friendly chaps, and the only time you'll find an aggressive one is if it's injured.
Appearance wise, they have short, thick legs, small wings unable to lift them off the ground, a large, body, and three heads with a mane of feathers similar to that of a horse on the head and neck of each one, with one long feather on the head with they lift when curious. They are preyed on by many predators in the woods.
Each head has a different purpose: The one with the shortest neck has a curved beak with jagged sides, used for tearing off chunks of meat. It is always facing forwards, and watching for danger when not eating. Another head, just slightly longer then the other one, is designed for finding and eating seeds, insects, and berries, or like a woodpecker, drilling holes into trees. It is always facing backwards, watching for danger when not eating. The head in the middle is the longest, with two faces in it's head, one facing right and designed for turning over stones and grabbing the insects underneath them, and the other facing left and used for eating grass and weeds, fish, snails and worms. It is not easy to sneak up on a Quadbird.
They are one of the few new animals discovered that could become great pets.
- Quadbird Entry, written by Rachel Roberts.
The Quadbirds here live in three different flocks, the Klinnkan Flock, the Pakaani Flock, and the Tekiieen Flock.
Rachel Roberts - Female - @Noctis_The_Fox
Junior Members (Taught by Seniors until they are also Seniors):
Moe - Male - @Noctis_The_Fox
Carlina - Female - NPC
Lennetta - Female - NPC
News: No progress in the breeding between Moe, Carlina, and Lennetta. The Seniors are thinking of finding more Quadbirds who might cooperate more.