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A rare bird that lives in the jungles of Honghur, the diminutive Eye-snatcher is very fast and and known for its particular beauty. It is also noted for its peculiar diet, which consists mostly of the eyes of small mammals, insects and reptiles. Eye-snatchers are caught and domesticated, and have become a popular pet, though their rarity ensures a high price.
Eye-snatchers are typically known to have fiery red feathering and golden eyes. The females of the species lay eggs that bear a strong resemblance to a human eyeball. They gestate once per solar cycle, usually yielding five eggs per clutch, and their nests have only be observed in a single species of tree native to Honghur. Male eye-snatchers sing particularly melodious bird calls, which are said to lull most humanoid children to sleep. Their song, ease of domestication, and striking beauty, have made the songbird highly valued by child care professionals across the galaxy.