The giant felix (felus ginormicus) is the largest known species of felix. It is herbivorous, eating leaves and passive shrooms. It hangs upside-down like a sloth, and lives in the Foruti Islands. It was hunted for food and sport until 2006, when it became officially protected. Giant felixes are incredibly slow-moving and rely on their thick hide for protection. They have short eyesight, and rely on their sense of smell and hearing.