Human & Tellurian

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Basic Info


Pronounced

Hyu-mann | Tel-lu-ree-ann

Scientific name

Homo sapiens | Homo technologicus

Nicknames

Furless, Ape

Status

Least concern

Interested in

Their own and kynos.

Anatomy

Modern hominid

Sex

Male & Female

Natural lifespan

125 Gaian years / 240+ Tellus years

Temporal range

Piacenzian - Present | Chibanian - Present

Origin

Gaia | Tellus

First appearance

01 (Indirect) / Not yet. (Direct)

Profile


In Cadavard, the human of Gaia isn't in focus and is listed here for background information.

The human and the tellurian are odd-looking primates and the most social primevals. They're primarily known for their tool use, technology, and their massive environmental changes.

Both species are spread out globally and it does as real life: Muddy the genes. There's no longer any population of them that's completely isolated enough for genetic distinctions to form. Races and phenotype don't count for subspecies. The human species (Homo sapiens) evolved on Gaia, mostly alike reality, yet has a distinct population on Tellus called tellurian (Homo technologicus) from yet unrevealed content.

Averages (Human)
Height: 140 cm - 180 cm
Weight: 40 kg - 80 kg
Top speed: 14 km/h
Coat: Sparse and thin
Temperature tolerance: -40°c to 40°c
Diet: Omnivore
Cyclicity: Diurnal
Averages (Tellurian)
Height: 160 cm - 180 cm
Weight: 50 kg - 90 kg
Top speed: 27 km/h
Coat: Sparse and thin
Temperature tolerance: -30°c to 60°c
Diet: Omnivore
Cyclicity: Diurnal
Human life cycle
Baby - Birth to year 3
Kid - Year 4 to 12
Teen - Year 13 to 17
Adult - Year 18 to 114
Senior - Year 115 to 125
Tellurian life cycle
Baby - Birth to year 3
Kid - Year 4 to 12
Teen - Year 13 to 17
Adult - Year 18 to 221
Senior - Year 222 to 240+
*Age of natural death varies per location and status.


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