Rhuni are large flying, filter-feeding, scavenging fish. While they cannot breathe air, they are capable of taking to the air in great leaps and flying for minutes at a time. They are prized by hunters for their light, tender, tasty meat.
A full-grown Rhuni can be more than 10ft in length and they can grow at a very fast rate. While they seem to primarily filter smaller fish from the water they also eat large, decomposing meals , like dead whales, by suctioning on and slowly grinding up the rotten flesh in its bony mouthplates.
Generally harmless to Man, the Rhuni can give a painful bite, even take off fingers, if a hunter gives it the opportunity. The bigger Rhuni are heavy and can injure hunters should they collide or get hit by the fish’s meaty tail.