Created by MrShadowCX
Pipeling Teddies are lovers and love big hugs even more. They will defend those closest to them but normally shy away from most confrontation. Teddies tend to live in the wild in small close families. But some breeders who are lucky enough to own a Teddy, will not only have a companion for life but a best friend. Teddies are very smart and have even learned how to speak other Pipeling languages. Because of their rather high IQ, they live quite long happy lives. Having the intelligent to learn and adapt, they can in most circumstances, talk their way out of confrontation. And have been known to mediate between other Pipeling species. A Teddy's average live span is between 75 and 100 years but some older Teddies have been known to live as long as 125 years. One such Teddy, Old Grey Beard is still alive, has eights mates ranging from 40 to 60 years of age, 165 children and over 350 grandchildren. All living within a five mile radius of his den.