The Tutani is a pet based off of a dolphin or other toothed whale.
The Tutani (too-TAH-nee) is a toothed whale resembling an orca or other large dolphin. It is a desaturated teal in color, with a pale blue-gray underbelly and matching patches around its jade-green eyes. It has a pair of small, feathered wings which match the markings near its tail flukes, and three triangular dorsal fins which increase in size from front to back.
Did You Know?Edit
- The Tutani is a native species of the Arctic Frost but does travel around to warmer waters through the year
- Males range between 22-26 feet (6.7-8 m) and females are only slightly smaller at 18-22 feet (5.5-6.7 m). They can weigh up to 9 tons, though 4-6 tends to be average
- Female tutanis have a long gestational period at two years - and a newborn tutani can weigh 350 pounds (158 kg)
- The wings on their tails serves as rudders and they can turn very sharply despite their size