AguivaThe species is called Aguiva and they are a distant cousin to the Pterosaurs. A small number of them have black insets along the wings, head and feet, contrasting the tan color on the rest of their bodies. The majority and the rest of them are a solid tan in color. The average wingspan is about twenty five feet and they stand at roughly seven feet tall. They have beaks instead of snouts and there are no visible scales. Their skin looks and feels like leather and they sport a spike at the top of their heads which is almost the length of their beaks. The Aguiva has the same number of toes as we do fingers and their dexterity is advanced. At rest they fold their wings in a reversed manner to the Wyverns, and it causes their wings to face up rather than back against the body. They are impressive creatures albeit somewhat ungainly and clumsy.