In the late 2080’s, the Second Ramaxian Gen took on the task to relocate the endangered northern polar bear (Ursus maritimus) to the eastern side of the Ramax`takal Mountain Range.

The goal of Femarctic environmentalists was to control the population of Emperor Penguins that had grown exponentially due to the redirection of katabatic winds in the 2020’s. The Penguins had overpopulated and destroyed the fishing territories of the native seals along coastal Yulixica Ridge.

After genetic enhancements and controlled breeding, the first clan of Fusaxica (or the Ramax Bear) was let loose on the surface. It is now the world’s largest bear, with females averaging weights of around 1500-200 lbs, with males half that size.

Elder females (Fusax) maintain clans on territories they protect from other clans. Each clan carries two to three males (Fusi) taken from rival clans to provide companionship to the elder fusax and her young cubs (funats). Elder fusax will oust their oldest female offspring after their first pregnancy, allowing these daughters to leave with their young, and the fusi who sired them.

Fusaxica are dangerous and deadly, and behavioral conditioning keeps them from roaming near surface areas where Femarctic populations are known to congregate. The femmar do not hunt or consume fusaxica. When their population became too great to manage, the femmar created the Uymtik.

Second Generation Genetic Developments: Surface Wildlife

Fusaxica | Uymtik | Bakila