I bet you wanted to know a little bit more about Larms. No? Hmm.
The Larm is a small endangered reptile with a hard, round carapace, and a soft, stumpy body. Their natural lifespan is very short but they can live for up to twenty years in captivity.
Larms do not do well in the wild, as they are anxious and easily stressed animals. They have a genetic propensity to wail very loudly in 10 minute intervals between the hours of 6am-8am every weekday. This wailing is both a signal to predators, and also very troubling to the larm, who shows significantly increased levels of anxiety during the wailing periods. During these periods of aggravated noisemaking, the wailing can be stopped with a light tap on the larm’s shell.
Captive larms who have their wailing periods regularly abbreviated by a devoted caretaker, tend to be very cheerful and loving. However, they are generally very damp animals and not suitable for long periods of cuddling.