The raspal is a hoofed mammal belonging to the same order as the capryni. It has a slender head, long neck and two winglets situated on the crest enhancing its stability and allowing it to work up to a fast gallop even over uneven terrain. Lacking eyes, the raspal is relies on a powerful sixth sense of echo-location for navigation. For defense, it is equipped with a hard and rasping horny hide and a lethal punch on the underside of its belly. This herbivore occurs in the desert and forest areas.