Reef Belemoid are a subspecies of belemoid who live primarily aquatic lives. They often are found on the beachfront or ocean colonies and rarely live on land. You can almost never find a reef belemoid in desert or dry regions, unless they're staying in a lake or other water source. Young reef belemoid are very fluffy all over and are raised similarly to otters, floating on very fluffed out coats while their mothers go in search of fish or other prey. While belemoid and other subspecies are more land-driven and dig, the claws of the reef belemoid are more often used to gut larger river and ocean fish and carve out homes among rocks and reefs. They often are found in the wild among the coral reefs or deep underwater, in places even DPIP has yet to visit.