The Kemongu is a wholly aquatic species of crocodilian indigenous to Borea and northern Zephyria. Averaging about 3 meters in length, although able to grow at least 5 meters, it feeds mostly on fish and other aquatic organisms, although it may attack animals that come down to the water to drink. Kemongu are unusual in that they hunt in groups of two or, rarely, three, to drive fish into the jaws of the other; on more than one occasion, boats have been attacked by these pairs. Unlike its relatives, the kemongu is wholly without armor-like scales, having become streamlined and hydrodynamic. Returning to the surface every now and then to breathe, it inhabits rivers, lakes, and estuaries, where it fills the role of the mostly maritime ichthyosaurs.