One of the larger piscoid vampires, the Slitherbleed discarded most of its skeleton during evolution and can squirm through surprisingly small openings, often making its lair in deceptively small crevices or hollow objects. It rarely needs to pursue prey directly, as its body is filled with smaller, secondary feeding bodies it may control from miles away. Like certain cephalopods, it can instantly change the color and texture of its skin to blend in perfectly with any terrain. Most are between ten and twenty feet in length, but some are relatively titanic.
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