This reptilian omnivore is found on multiple planets across the first galactic quadrant.
It is a question of how they got to places distanced by light-years, because they don’t posses intelligence high enough to allow them technological pursuits. Although physically very powerful, they are timid when in nature and avoid conflicts unless they’re extremely hungry or feel endangered.
Since the Tryvils use shrubs and marshlands to disguise themselves in the surroundings, it is relatively difficult to spot them. Their body temperature adapts to the environment, so the thermal scanners can’t reveal them.
A human colony encountered them in a forest on Kepler 452b, and shot one dead because they confused it with a Stryngar.
Humans allegedly managed to clone a Tryvil in the 21st century using fossil bones they had found on Mars.
- Consuming this meat can result in Lyme disease infectionThe nutritionists from the CSIR food institute in Ghana finally confirmed the suspicion that circulated among all four of the human races; eating Tryvil meat can cause infection with a new form of Lyme disease.