Physiology: Cucurvine are long and snake-like creatures. The shriveled remnants of their pre-evolution is their tail. Pairs of broad leaves act like fins; the two closest to its head are the largest. They have short, fierce blue heads with sharp jaws and spiny hairs.
Gender Differences: Females have a star-shaped yellow flower on their neck.
Special Abilities: Cucurvine can move somewhat by moving like snakes.
Behavior: They are very defensive, as well as somewhat carnivorous.
Habitat: Cucurvine live in grasslands, planted where they evolved.