known also as a strangle vine, this arboreal predator was native to the forests of Bothawui. These creatures appear to be nothing more than a tangled mass of vines and plant material, with a main body sack which was covered with cracked, bark-like skin. Halkras allowed various lichens and small seeds to grow on their skin, further enhancing their camouflage. Each halkra had twelve tentacles which it could sprout from its sides to tangle its prey and constrict it, and then draw it into the central sack for digestion. Halkras often settled near watering holes and other locations where other wildlife gathered, hanging from low tree branches and seeming to be a part of the forest.