Walking Horn (Ambulatid-cornus) - also known as a Carrion Seeker
They are neither insects nor crustaceans, though in appearance they share similar traits. The outer surface is covered by a chitinous material similar to an exoskeleton while the inside consist of a thin cartilage based skeleton with a hollow horn. These large (4 ft.) mountain dwelling creatures use their horns much like certain arboreal beetles, in order to push rival males off high cliffs.
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