Deauk-birds soar in pairs. They are born in these pairs and are only separated when one or both birds find a mate, who becomes their new soaring-mate. These birds are near impossible to capture, and will usually keep to hunting bugs and small rodents. They may also be seen picking at fruits or eating worms. The reason they are so difficult to capture is their unique ability, and the reason they fly in pairs. These birds, through some mysterious (no doubt Zinful) means, are able to switch locations with one another; Trading locations is extremely useful for hunting, for there is a vast difference between the physique and abilities of the male and the female. The male Deauk-bird is a fast and agile bird with a large tail used to quickly take off or change direction. Their feathers are brown and their bellies are almost always a shade of white or cream. The females are the true hunters; They posses much larger and sharper claws which weigh them down and hinder their aerodynamic potential. However, they are able to thrust themselves on prey, launched by the momentum of the male in full charge, needing only to be ready to switch places with him and ready her claws. The female’s wings are slightly larger than the male’s. They remain together until one of the two birds dies, at which point the remaining bird also passes away within hours.