The skandryll is fixed in one place by a holdfast and opens wormholes across the universe from its four-sided holes. It then sticks a head through to grab whatever prey may be nearby and pull it back through. The black spots are eyes. Skandrylls often reproduce by budding, forming extensive colonies in closed-off pocket universes. They have adaptive dimensionality. The one shown here is three-dimensional, but depending on environment and the dimensionality of their chosen hunting grounds, they can have up to nine dimensions.
Hello, my name is Dan. I am an author, artist, explorer, and contemplator of subjects large and small. I like bacon. I like pizza. I like bacon pizza. I enjoy long walks on the beach, but prefer the mountains. I am a huge fan of Jesus. When I grow up, I want to be just like him and create my own universes.