Gourmetus Salavati
Gourmetus Salavati
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Physical characteristics
Skin color

Maroon, peach, and purple

Eye color

Green

Distinctions

Antennae

Sociocultural characteristics
Habitat

Jungle

Predators

   Anteaters
   Meerkats
   Warthogs

Behold the Gourmetus Salavati, the most delicious bug in the world!
Timon after successfully catching the Gourmetus Salavati[src]

The Gourmetus Salavati is a species of animal native to the jungle of Paraguay. They are a sub-species of grub, and are a common source of food for other species, most notably anteaters.

Physical characteristics

Gourmetus Salavati are small grubs, with peach heads and purple bodies with orange spots. Their chests are covered in pink skin with legs that are dark red in color. They bear antennae and have large, green eyes.

Sociocultural characteristics

That delicious bug you just ate was a rare delicacy, hard to find and even harder to catch!
Timon to the anteater about the Gourmetus Salavati[src]

Gourmetus salavati can be found in the Paraguayan jungle. Not much is known about their characteristics, although they are said to be extremely rare. Their predators are the anteater, the meerkat, and the warthog.

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