The Zasaba is an insect pet.
The Zasaba (zah-SAH-bah) has a body resembling that of a mantis and a head resembling that of an ant, wasp, or hornet. It is creamy yellow with wine-red, lime-green, and magenta highlights. It has pink eyes, green mandibles, and jointed wine-red antennae. Its transparent wings are short, only covering its abdomen and are shielded by circular patterned elytra. It walks on 4 legs, with two extra ones for 'arms' that end in long scythes.
Did You Know?Edit
- The Zasaba is a native of Shengui Guo. It's eggs hatch around the "flower-viewing" festival.
- It is considered good luck to see the first hatchling.
- They are around 9 inches (22.9 cm), are about 18 inches (46 cm) long, and can weigh 8-10 lbs (3.6-4.5 kg)
- A baby Zasaba is called a hisser, due to the sound they make.