The predator’s name is the subterrainial swooper. It is a type of bird that must live in the ground at times because it lives in the grasslands where there are not many trees. The swooper burrows into the ground to make its nest. It is white with a bluish tint, so it blends in with the sky. It has long legs with sharp claws. Its head is shaped aerodynamically, aligned with its beak, so that it can swoop down and capture its prey, and also so it can fit into holes in the ground. The swooper has a sharp beak for killing its prey. It has great eyesight and hearing so it can detect the prey from high in the sky. It can also eat bugs in the ground where it lives. Their prey, which is a type of rodent, can also fall into their homes because it can’t see well. Lastly, the swooper can make itself get covered with dirt, so it can camouflage with the ground to capture prey.
The prey’s name is the elusive dasher. It is a rodent resembling a small mouse. It is brownish in color to blend in with the ground. It has a very slippery coat of fur that can shed at a moment’s notice. Its tail can also fall off and grow back. This helps it escape from the grasp of the swooper. It eats grass and bugs. The dasher can smell and hear very exceptionally, but it can’t see well. They are very fast and small, so they are hard to capture.