Gallinaceo are chubby, horse-like creatures native to Natura. They look like little white horses (about the size of a small chicken) with tiny wings and a single horn on their head. Their manes and tails are always gold, and they lay eggs.
Gallinaceo are the chickens of Natura. They lay eggs which look like large pearls and taste just like chicken eggs. The adult Gallinaceo are rarely eaten, because they taste terrible.
- "Gallinaceo" means "chicken" in Latin.