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Calaryth eating Jared's remains

A Calaryth eating Jared's remains.

Biological information


Physical description

13 feet

Skin color

black (beneath fur)


Large horns, have grasshopper-like leg muscles

Military and Political information


Notable Individuals

Destroyed an entire UNSC survey post easily

Other Nomenclature

Snow Beasts, EEP'S, Horned Polar Bears



Calaryth's are lumbering, predatory, snow beasts. They can easily chase down large animals (and humans) very fast, as the muscles in their legs have a grasshopper-like spring muscle. The built up kinetic energy allows them to jump almost 70 feet in one bound, a supernatural feet. Calaryth's have long sharp teeth and claws, and their thick skin can take 3 rocket launcher blasts until they die.

Calaryth spotting David

A Calaryth glowering at David.

Gallery of Sub-SpeciesEdit

Long Armed CalarythsEdit

Calaryth starving

Long Armed Calaryth's are generally taller and thinner than the regular kind, but have less thick skin and are quite easy to kill. They live above ground, where their small frame can avoid harsh winds and gunfire. They are rarer than any other species on UCP-1972.

Quadrupedal CalarythEdit

Calaryth hunting

Quadrupedal Calaryth's are basically the female of the species. They are generally more well built and heavier than male Calaryth's, but are constantly burdened by their cubs, which take almost 6 years to grow up, unlike Calaryth prey.

Desert CalarythEdit

Desert Calaryth's live in the high desert mountains on UCP-1972, and are more rugged and dangerous then any other species on it, besides the Leviathan's. Their fur is a brownish black color.

Calaryth Leviathan'sEdit

Leviathan's are by far the largest predatory mammals in history, making a CAT bus look like a car. These lumbering giants are usually, at smallest, 18 feet long and 6 feet wide. In each generation at least 100 are born, and the only heavily documented incidnet of one in combat was during the UCP-1927 Survey Base Gamma Incident, where the largest congregation of the Calaryth species ever seen occured.