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- What is a Cashan?
A Cashan is a hybrid species derived from the genetics of felines and aquatic mammals and/or fish. They are are native to the tropics and live mostly in vast bodies of water, though Cashans are know to forage in land to help them complete a well rounded nutritious diet. They are known to live in small groups (around 4 to 6 members) but as they get older they separate from the group to live alone as they no longer need to the protection and safety of the others to survive. Cashans are resilient creatures with an impressive intellectual capacity and have there own language in which they communicate. There language can be mistaken for sounding a tad bit Russian to foreigners but that miss conception is usually quickly resolved as they often communicate with a complex form of sign language as well.
- Are they dangerous?
Cashans, depending on what type of aquatic breed they come from, can be quite sweet and outgoing towards any humans interacting with them. These breeds include those who have lemon or whale shark dna as well as most fish. But this certainly does not go for all Cashans, the most dangerous are those who posses straits of tiger sharks, bull sharks and great whites. For the most part they are shy and, even if they have an aggressive nature, would not seek out humans as there primary target.