The Alarka are a species of synapsids native to Wnyda.They are the Kazaru equivalent of dogs.


The Alarka are anatomically very similar to dogs but their skulls are more similar to a reptiles and they have larger chests,lungs and hearts to survive in in the oxygen-deficient atmosphere of Wnyda


Wild Alarka usually live in packs and the tame ones live with their masters.They are, as dogs, very social and need some sort of companionship. An Alarka female usually give birth to a litter of three to four cubs.The whole pack then cares for the cubs until they are old enough to fend for themselves.