Tarooga and it's habitat.


  • The Tarooga has a long snake-like torso with four long legs that are mostly used for fast mobility.
  • Tarooga belong to a class of monsters that hasn't been identified yet.
  • It has different patches of speckles along its sides that light up in a glowy neon blue color when it is threatened, they are also used for a quick flash to confuse an enemy to make a speedy ecape.
  • It's body and legs are made of a smooth greenish- yellowish material, the top of its body and backs of its arms and legs have long hairs sprouting out of them.
  • The way some hunters have been caught off guard by them is their large black eyes with cute white pupils.(Its possible, its happened to me.)


  • The Tarooga is mostly vegitarian but if either provoked or forced to starvation it will eat any monster made from meat.
  • They are not shy whatsoever. If they see you they will calmly walk towards you and study you. If you are observed to be a threat then it will either attack or hide depending on how threatening you appear to be. But if you appear to be harmless then it will follow you around until you leave. Though some reports say that they actually followed some hunters home and lived with them until they died.
  • The Tarooga use their bodies to help them stick to a surface and slither like a snake smoothly across. They use their legs for large bounds reports are said to have seen the Tarooga jump up to 7 feet. The claws they have are very sharp and small they are used to sort out certain berries, vegetables, fruit, and (possibly) meat. They are also used to dissect fish, hollow berries, and fruit.
  • They usually are seen in the flooded forest, sometimes in the Moga Woods, and almost never seen in the Swamp.


  • 'Jaggi/ Jaggia, they usually' hunt Tarooga but mostly end up being killed by one.
  • Large annoying insects, they poison, paralyze, and just plain old annoy the Tarooga.(And I agree with the Tarooga myself.)
  • Royal Ludroth/ Ludroth, they would crash into a Tarooga village and wipe out a portion of their population.
  • Here is the photo of the Tarooga and its habitat