Here we see a wild Trent exhibiting his mating display to show not only his physical prowess and dominance but to attract potential mates in his not-so-natural habitat. The Trent species, (scientific name: Hominicus Trenticus) originally hailed from Hawaii but human interference has helped the wild Trent spread to many parts of the globe including Alaska, Ireland, France, and Seattle. Pictured here is a rare, never before documented photo of a Zion Trent, a hardy desert subspecies. The desert Trent has many ways of surviving the inhospitable environment he calls his home. Some of these adaptations include being able survive days on end without food and with very little water as well as a naturally occurring woolen coat that occurs only on top of his head. This fibrous pelt is worth massive amounts of money on both the black market and in legal trade. However, removing one from a Trent in any way, shape, or form will result in the instant death of the Trent. This fur skin grows during the Trent's teenage years and stays on his head for the rest of his life. It is currently unknown what purpose this "hat" serves and is one of the greatest mysteries in science. An interesting evolutionary trait of The Desert Trent is the fact that everything he needs to survive is on his back in large pack that provides both food, water, and shelter. This can be a god send in a survival situation where you may need to kill one in order to make though the night. Natural predators of the Desert Trent including early mornings and puns. These actively seek out and predate on Desert Trents and can be vicious and brutal in their attacks. The wild Trent, not without his defenses however, combats this by releasing a pungent odor to disorientate the attackers and will often hide away from such predators. Nomadic by nature, the Desert Trent roams the Zion National Park area in search of a safe home for the night and may descend upon human habitations to feed.
Truly the wild Desert Trent is a sight to behold and a wonder of the natural world.