Dhaja Anatomy

A dhaja has extremely developed molars and jaw muscles to aid in the chewing of plant matter; as they do not regurgitate cud, unlike many herbivores, they must thoroughly pulp food before swallowing it. Unlike other members of genus Homo, they secrete digestive enzymes which are capable of breaking down cellulose; this allows them to digest a wider variety of roughage than humans, although they cannot efficiently chew most woody plants. They metabolize protein poorly, and therefore gain muscle mass only slowly when compared to most other species.

The trademark potbelly of the species doubles as a fat reserve; all but the most emaciated dhajas are potbellied to some extent, although they are capable of developing adipose tissue elsewhere.

Their smooth skin, narrow profiles, and paddle-like hands allow them to cut through the water with ease when swimming.

Playable Species Dhaja

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