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" "These achivar are neither asleep nor feeding, and if we were to come to a stop the dyella might decide spineless Tran are more agreeable prey than speedy, spiny achivar.
By raising and lowering their spines and adjusting how they lined up, the achivar could catch the wind and sail efficiently across the ice, like the dyella and the Slan-derscree, and dozens of other ice dwellers.
In addition to their fur, the achivar were covered with meter-long spines.
"As the icerigger left the achivar herd and its tormenting dyella behind, Moware fumed but had to be content with the images and sounds his recorder had captured.
The trick in hunting achivar is to surprise them when they are resting or feeding and their spines are relaxed. "
"The following afternoon they encountered not a herd of the achivar but a veritable spiny army, sweeping toward them from the south.