Original from Monster Hunter, Khezu.

A blind wyvern that detects prey by smell. They produce powerful electric shocks that mostly paralyses prey temporarily.

Rank B Wyvern


Digestive SystemEdit

Their salivary glands are much different from that of ordinary creatures. They do not produce carbohydrase in their saliva, instead the Surai's saliva is a strong acid to aid digestion before entering the stomach protease is released at this stage so the digestion of protien begins at the mouth. The lining of their mouths are the same lining as that of their stomachs allowing them to produce such a potent acid of pH 2.


They mostly devour their prey whole as their teeth are
Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Khezu Ecology

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Khezu Ecology

Video not be me. A Surai.

mostly canine teeths evolved to grip prey. The teeth points backwards into the mouth preventing prey from escaping, gripping them very effectively. Strong muscles simulate peristalsis with longitudinal and circular muscles that draws prey further into their mouth.


They do possess a mana pool and they use the mana to rapidly generate static electricty, either as a aimed electric bolt or as a field of electricity. After using such attacks they have to "recharge" before using another electrical attack. They have a layer of fat surrounding their body, providing insulation from their electrical attack and allows them to live much longer without having to eat.


The most evolved part of their extremities which differ from other wyverns are their tails. They have suction cup-like tail that allows them to grasp onto rocky surfaces with ease. This allows them to sleep on the ceiling, away from danger while they are resting.


They live alone mostly, in caves or dark areas where there is a lot of water, this is most likely because the water helps conduct the electricity onto their prey and attracts the prey in the first place. They are hemaphrodites and do not require a partner, though if them come across another Surai, they will exchange gametes to introduce genetic differentiations.


They paralyse prey that they do not intend to devour, instead they penetrate their flesh with an external organ and lays egg inside its body. The young will hatch inside the hosts body, eating food that the hosts eats and once reaching a size where it is uncomfortable. They will eat their way out of the host to being their life alone.