Agnathayankas (ムアゴノヤンカス, Muagonoyankasu) is a Snake Wyvern.
Agnathayankas has a light green dorsal side with a light brown ventral side, with a red strip running the length of its back. Agnathayankas is characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. A similar sucker is located on its tail. It sports three fins; one on its upper back behind its back, another fin just before the tail, and another fin on its tail. Its hind limbs have three webbed claws while its forelimbs only have two claws.
Agnathayankas uses its sucker mouth to bore holes into prey and suck their blood. Using its tail sucker it can stand on its tail to reach airborne prey or whip its body around to attack predators.
Agnathayankas are indiscriminate eaters, swallowing smaller prey whole while using their tail suckers to latch onto larger prey and wrapping their long bodies around prey while using their mouth suckers to suck blood.
- Agnathayankas is an Origin Species.
- Agnathayankas are based off leeches and jawless fish such as hagfish.
- Both suckers and its hindlegs can be broken.