A flourotypian that evolved by watching various insects in it's habitat. It stands roughly 12 feet tall, though the majority of it's body is rarely seen above ground. It has six legs and two arms that are three times as long as it's legs. the ends of it's arms end in a pair of long, hook-like claws that it uses for dragging prey to it's mouth. It likes to kick up dust when threatened and can grab onto gravity above ground and pull it down. Its hard, bark-like exoskeleton is covered in parasitic fungi that can be broken off to reveal it's inner body, but tends to explode into a cloud of spores when destroyed.
It's name, which when translated from japenese, means 'I Take'. this is because of the way the tsurette is always grabbing and pulling things underground.