In the popular game Stand Land Fluss, the Animals category has proven to be popular, but puts players in their place with a few letters. As usual with the game, some categories or letters are missing the right terms. This is also the case, for example, with the letter X and the category animal. In the following, animals are named for this field. And so that you can then prove their authenticity, some useful information is given.
The Xenocongrids can be classified as eel-like and thus belong to the family of bony fish. These are very identical to moray eels, which is why a certain close relationship between the two animal species is assumed. Animals of this type do not have scales, but instead have thick skin and a continuous fin edge. The pectoral fins of the animals have receded and are even no longer present in one species. The colors of the xenocongrids are also similar to those of the moray eels. In comparison, however, the bodies of the moray eels are thicker and the head pores of the moray eels are much larger than those of the xenocongrids. However, these animals are little known, although they are found worldwide. One explanation for this, however, is that they live very hidden. Many animals of this type can be found in the Mediterranean in particular.
This is the name of the false swimming rat. Animals of this species belong to the rodent species of the group of old world mice. So they belong to the family of long-tailed mice and have the generic name Xeromys, this is relatively short and is therefore ideal for use in the game City Country River. The animals’ bodies are streamlined with an elongated head. They have small, round ears and small eyes. The fur of these is dark gray on the top and becomes lighter and lighter towards the bottom. Usually the paws of the animals are provided with fine white hair.