Nyanther Arcanthera subridens ("Smiling Rainbow Panther") Don't let their comical appearances fool you. Nyanthers are feared as one of the galaxy's dominant apex predators. There are some who compare Nyanthers to a popular internet phenomenon, but most scientists disregard it as a ludicrous assumption. "I mean seriously, this 'thing' looks nothing at all like this giant monstrosity! Absolute nonsense." - A Smart As Hell Scientist The ferocity of a Nyanther is matchless on the hunt, able to tear several feet of flesh off its victim with its elongated saber fangs. The retractable claws on both its paws are no different. Its main body is covered in a hardened hide that has the durability of compressed steel. Perfect offense and defense make this feline a deadly carnivore. Combining that with its inexhaustible stamina ensures its prey won't be escaping unscathed (or alive). Some surviving victims have claimed to have seen a spectrum of light whilst getting mauled by the big cats. However, there is no solid evidence as of yet backing this up. Nyanthers give birth to live young like most mammalian life, at max up to 6 in the litter. The young are fed milk during the first few weeks before being taught how to hunt alongside their parents. If you somehow managed to kill a Nyanther, do NOT under any circumstances eat the hide of the beast unless it's properly prepared (via heat). Doing so without preparation results in broken teeth, split skulls, ruptured organs, and a nasty tummy ache. Otherwise, eating it will have the same confectionery sensation as eating a strawberry shortcake. Don't have a sweet tooth (or any teeth at all after biting it for that matter...)? Do not fret, young space warrior. The durable nature of the Nyanther's hide can be also crafted as powerful melee weapons to use at your disposal. Axes, swords, you name it. Definitely an ideal choice for close-quarter combat. New creature time! Tigers won out over the sharks, so here's a feline creature for ya'll. (Yes I know it's not a tiger. Shaddap. :m) Comments?