"The direhorse are as big as elephants, they have tough grey skin with blue stripes. The direhorse has two antennae that are long and thin that come out on either side of their skull. These horses have 6 lines of operculi, these run down the neck and increase the air intake with each breath. They are hexapodal, with the six legs that move in unison with each other. If you look closely at these horses you can see that they actually have four eyes instead of just two. The smaller two eyes look as though they are reptilian. These creatures eat the sap from direhorse pitcher plant, this plant is long with sap at the very bottom. For most animals this sap is almost impossible to get but for the direhorse that has a long giraffe like tongue it is simple."