Slimy Anguilluyankas (アンギライルヤンカシュ亜種, Angirairuruyankashu Ashu) is a Subspecies of Anguilluyankas.
Slimy Anguilluyankas has dull pink skin with blue-gray patterns and a single fin running down from its head to its paddle-like tail.
Slimy Anguilluyankas can produce a copious amount of thick slimy mucus from its body. This slime aids in hunting by slowing down prey. It also helps to escape predators. If captured, it ties itself in an overhand knot which works its way from the head to the tail of the animal, scraping off the slime as it goes and freeing it from its captor.
Slimy Anguilluyankas is nowhere near as aggressive as the common Anguilluyankas species. They keep their distance from anything remotely large than themselves.
Slimy Anguilluyankas tend to inhabit the Deserted Island, Flooded Forest, Great Forest, and the Jungle.
- Slimy Anguilluyankas is inspired by hagfish.
- Its head, fin, back legs, and tail can be broken.
- When fatigued, Slimy Anguilluyankas's markings will turn grey and it will be unable to produce slime.
- Slimy Anguilluyankas's roar requires HG Earplugs to block.