Leptopoda (lit. "slender feet") is an order of herbivorous platydonts living in the steppes. They can reach a high speed to flee predators, like gazelles on Earth.

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A clade of Edaphotheria, Leptopods are native to the steppe, their diet consisting of brachyphyta. They are the largest platydonts yet observed, standing at almost a meter high.

Leptopods are cursorial animals, possessing long legs, an erect posture, unguligrade hoof-like feet, and a long flexible spine. This makes them some of the fastest terrestrial animals yet observed, although they are still prey to Onychodontia.


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