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Mildgyth
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*Species - General descriptions*
>>2270613t


There are approximately 20 known types of sapient species throughout the known world, with 7 of them having wings.

Out of the known ones, they all have similar body shapes and body systems. most differences lie on the body extremities, external appearance, reproductive system (four out of the 20 are oviparous, all of them flying), and diet (flying beings tend to be omnivorous while grouned beings tend to be herbivorous, with the major exception to this rule being the omnivorous and grounded parmushi and the flying and herbivorous pegasi).

While reproduction between different species is possible, hybridization isn't - the resulting child is always of the mother's species.

*Ponies*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, short snouts, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, feathered wings or one straight horn in the center of the forehead depending on the race, individual-specific marks in both sides of the hips, viviparous.

*Griffons*

Standard body shape, average height 1.70 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species) except for head and neck, which are feathered, feathered wings, toed feet, hands covered with yellow scutes, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards, beak with teeth, oviparous.

*Hippogriffs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.76 m, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), except for head, wrists, ankles and neck, which are feathered, feathered wings, toed feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, beak with teeth, viviparous.

*Donkeys*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair (the same color as head hair) only from the middle onwards, viviparous.

*Saddle Arabians*

Standard body shape, average height 1.78m, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, viviparous.

*Kirin*

Standard body shape, average height 1.72 m, short snouts, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the middle onwards, of the same color as head hair, red crooked horns at the center of the forehead, scales made of the same material as changeling exoskeleton in the back, viviparous.

*Changelings*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, short snouts, no internal skeleton, covered with a chitinous exoskeleton (which may come in various colors), with a second harder layer on limbs, chest, center of the back, hips and hands, chitin wings and/or one curved horn in the center of the forehead depending on the individual, other chitin protusions in the top of the head and the tail, analogous to pony hair in these parts, eyes of a solid color, oviparous.

*Goats*

Standard body shape, average height 1.64 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Giraffes*

Standard body shape, average height 1.78 m, longer neck than usual, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of brown, orange and white, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards, two horn-like protuberances at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Zebras*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with short striped fur (which comes in shades of white and black stripes with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the middle onwards, viviparous.

*Deer*

Standard body shape, average height 1.66 m, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two short antlers at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Minotaurs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.69 m, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards , two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Buffalo*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, covered with long fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Yaks*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, covered with long fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Dragons*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with scales (which may come in various colors), toed feet, crests of varying patterns on the top of the head, reptilian tails with tips of varying shapes (the same color as the crest), membranous wings, two horns in the sides of the head, depending on the individual, oviparous.

*Antelopes*

Standard body shape, average height 1.67 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, hairless short tails covered in fur, two horns at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Parmushi*

Standard body shape, average height 1.66 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, yellow, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), toed feet, bat-like ears, hairless long tails covered in fur, furless hforeandrms, long snouts, viviparous.

*Avians*

Standard body shape, average height 1.71 m, covered with feathers (which may come in various colors), feathered wings, forearms and lower legs covered with scutes, feathered tails, beak with teeth, oviparous.

*Gargoyles*

Standard body shape, average height 1.64 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, grey or white), membranous wings, hairless long tails covered in fur, bat-like ears, toed feet, viviparous.

*Diamond Dogs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.63 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, grey or white), tails of varying lengths covered with fur, canine snouts, toed feet, viviparous.
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Edited by Mildgyth
Mildgyth
Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

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Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*Species - General descriptions*
>>22516470613t


There are approximately 20 known types of sapient species throughout the known world, with 7 of them having wings.

Out of the known ones, they all have similar body shapes and body systems. most differences lie on the body extremities, external appearance, reproductive system (four out of the 20 are oviparous, all of them flying), and diet (flying beings tend to be omnivorous while grouned beings tend to be herbivorous, with the major exception to this rule being the omnivorous and grounded parmushi and the flying and herbivorous pegasi).

While reproduction between different species is possible, hybridization isn't - the resulting child is always of the mother's species.

*Ponies*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, short snouts, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, feathered wings or one straight horn in the center of the forehead depending on the race, individual-specific marks in both sides of the hips, viviparous.

*Griffons*

Standard body shape, average height 1.70 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species) except for head and neck, which are feathered, feathered wings, toed feet, hands covered with yellow scutes, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards, beak with teeth, oviparous.

*Hippogriffs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.76 m, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), except for head, wrists, ankles and neck, which are feathered, feathered wings, toed feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, beak with teeth, viviparous.

*Donkeys*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair (the same color as head hair) only from the middle onwards, viviparous.

*Saddle Arabians*

Standard body shape, average height 1.78m, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, viviparous.

*Kirin*

Standard body shape, average height 1.72 m, short snouts, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the middle onwards, of the same color as head hair, red crooked horns at the center of the forehead, scales made of the same material as changeling exoskeleton in the back, viviparous.

*Changelings*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, short snouts, no internal skeleton, covered with a chitinous exoskeleton (which may come in various colors), with a second harder layer on limbs, chest, center of the back, hips and hands, chitin wings and/or one curved horn in the center of the forehead depending on the individual, other chitin protusions in the top of the head and the tail, analogous to pony hair in these parts, eyes of a solid color, oviparous.

*Goats*

Standard body shape, average height 1.64 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Giraffes*

Standard body shape, average height 1.78 m, longer neck than usual, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of brown, orange and white, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards, two horn-like protuberances at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Zebras*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with short striped fur (which comes in shades of white and black stripes with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the middle onwards, viviparous.

*Deer*

Standard body shape, average height 1.66 m, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two short antlers at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Minotaurs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.69 m, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards , two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Buffalo*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, covered with long fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Yaks*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, covered with long fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Dragons*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with scales (which may come in various colors), toed feet, crests of varying patterns on the top of the head, reptilian tails with tips of varying shapes (the same color as the crest), membranous wings, two horns in the sides of the head, depending on the individual, oviparous.

*Antelopes*

Standard body shape, average height 1.67 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, hairless short tails covered in fur, two horns at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Parmushi*

Standard body shape, average height 1.66 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), toed feet, bat-like ears, hairless long tails covered in fur, furless hands, long snouts, viviparous.

*Avians*

Standard body shape, average height 1.71 m, covered with feathers (which may come in various colors), feathered wings, forearms and lower legs covered with scutes, feathered tails, beak with teeth, oviparous.

*Gargoyles*

Standard body shape, average height 1.64 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, grey or white), membranous wings, hairless long tails covered in fur, bat-like ears, toed feet, viviparous.

*Diamond Dogs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.63 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, grey or white), tails of varying lengths covered with fur, canine snouts, toed feet, viviparous.
No reason given
Edited by Mildgyth
Mildgyth
Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

Moderator
Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*Species - General descriptions*
>>2251640t


There are approximately 20 known types of sapient species throughout the known world, with 7 of them having wings.

Out of the known ones, they all have similar body shapes and body systems. most differences lie on the body extremities, external appearance, reproductive system (four out of the 20 are oviparous, all of them flying), and diet (flying beings tend to be omnivorous while grouned beings tend to be herbivorous, with the major exception to this rule being the omnivorous and grounded parmushi and the flying and herbivorous pegasi).

While reproduction between different species is possible, hybridization isn't - the resulting child is always of the mother's species.

*Ponies*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, short snouts, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, feathered wings or one straight horn in the center of the forehead depending on the race, individual-specific marks in both sides of the hips, viviparous.

*Griffons*

Standard body shape, average height 1.70 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species) except for head and neck, which are feathered, feathered wings, toed feet, hands covered with yellow scutes, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards, beak with teeth, oviparous.

*Hippogriffs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.76 m, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), except for head, wrists, ankles and neck, which are feathered, feathered wings, toed feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, beak with teeth, viviparous.

*Donkeys*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair (the same color as head hair) only from the middle onwards, viviparous.

*Saddle Arabians*

Standard body shape, average height 1.78m, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails almost entirely covered with hair of the same color as head hair, viviparous.

*Kirin*

Standard body shape, average height 1.72 m, short snouts, covered with short fur (which may come in various colors), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the middle onwards, of the same color as head hair, red crooked horns at the center of the forehead, scales made of the same material as changeling exoskeleton in the back, viviparous.

*Changelings*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, short snouts, no internal skeleton, covered with a chitinous exoskeleton (which may come in various colors), with a second harder layer on limbs, chest, center of the back, hips and hands, chitin wings and/or one curved horn in the center of the forehead depending on the individual, other chitin protusions in the top of the head and the tail, analogous to pony hair in these parts, eyes of a solid color, oviparous.

*Goats*

Standard body shape, average height 1.64 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Giraffes*

Standard body shape, average height 1.78 m, longer neck than usual, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of brown, orange and white, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards, two horn-like protuberances at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Zebras*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with short striped fur (which comes in shades of white and black stripes with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the middle onwards, viviparous.

*Deer*

Standard body shape, average height 1.66 m, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two short antlers at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Minotaurs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.69 m, covered with short fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, long tails covered with hair only from the tip onwards , two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Buffalo*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, covered with long fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Yaks*

Standard body shape, average height 1.74 m, covered with long fur (which comes in shades of white, brown and black, with the specific pattern depending on the individual), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, short hairless tails covered in fur, two horns at the sides of the head, viviparous.

*Dragons*

Standard body shape, average height 1.68 m, covered with scales (which may come in various colors), toed feet, crests of varying patterns on the top of the head, reptilian tails with tips of varying shapes (the same color as the crest), membranous wings, two horns in the sides of the head, depending on the individual, oviparous.

*Antelopes*

Standard body shape, average height 1.67 m, covered with short fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), cloven hooves at the tip of the feet, hairless short tails covered in fur, two horns at the top of the head, viviparous.

*Parmushi*

Standard body shape, average height 1.66 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, black, grey or white, save some exceptions caused by interbreeding with other more colorful species), toed feet, bat-like ears, hairless long tails covered in fur, furless hands covered with scutes, long snouts, viviparous.

*Avians*

Standard body shape, average height 1.71 m, covered with feathers (which may come in various colors), feathered wings, forearms and lower legs covered with scutes, feathered tails, beak with teeth, oviparous.

*Gargoyles*

Standard body shape, average height 1.64 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, grey or white), membranous wings, hairless long tails covered in fur, bat-like ears, toed feet, viviparous.

*Diamond Dogs*

Standard body shape, average height 1.63 m, covered with fur (which comes mostly in shades of brown, grey or white), tails of varying lengths covered with fur, canine snouts, toed feet, viviparous.
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Edited by Mildgyth