Mudmaw

Mudmaw

This fearsome swamp predator resembles a crocodile with a rubbery green tentacle growing from each corner of its mouth. Its immense maw is filled with needlesharp teeth.

Mudmaws wait just below the surface of the water in swamps, slow rivers, and lakes for potential prey to come down to the water and drink. In this state, this carnivorous ambush predator resembles a floating log—a fact that many an unwary adventurer has discovered.

Mudmaws are intensely territorial; they have been known to attack even other mudmaws that intrude on the areas they claim.

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