Baranxtu is known under a variety of names, including Baranxi (common on the internet), but is also called Bernhard, Bernie and Great Austrian Sloth. He is a medium sized male bipedal omnivorous member of the species Homo sapiens.
The Baranxi reaches an average height of 192cm when standing upright, but can mostly be found in a seating or lying position.
He is easily recognizable by his pale appearance; in an unclothed state his simian heritage can clearly be detected by the thick dark fur. However, the Baranxi usually uses black or dark blue fabrics as camouflage (commonly called the "clothes").
The hair of head is dirty dishwasher blond and usually shaggy and unkempt.
During the day, the Baranxi normally keeps quiet and can often be found resting or wasting time instead of pursuing anything at all.
The Baranxi can quite efficiently solve problems in the fields of history, Biology and linguistics. Although he possesses a lot of mathematical knowledge, he displays a lot of aversity when faced with mathematical problems.
Apart from spoken language, he uses a wide variety of body language, especially gestures and facial expressions. He particularly favors what has been dubbed the "eye roll" and "shivering lower jaw" which both express extreme annoyance.
There have been single sightings in a few other countries:
- United States: Los Angeles, San Francisco and the surrounding area
- Germany: Berlin and Föhr
- Italy: Rome and Arpino
- Hungary: Sopron
However, the Baranxi is not known to be a permanent resident of either of these regions.
Hunting and Diet
He usually hunts in medium or large sized structures enclosed by walls, but can be frequently seen at facilities distributing almost pre-made food.
Mating and Reproduction
The Baranxi has so far not fathered any offspring and probably never will.
Little is known about his mating behavior, and even if it were, it would probably be better to not talk about it in public. He does, however, frequently talk about his experiences in a tight-knit group of likewise minded individuals called friends.
The Baranxi is a highly social animal and can often be seen talking to what is commonly called "friends". As a matter of interest, a large percentage of other individuals in this group is female; an estimated ratio is 2:1.
He avoids conflicts with other members in the same hierarchical class but can be quite aggressive towards alleged alpha animals.
So far noone has attempted to domesticate the Baranxi. Experts still debate the chances of success; whereas some deem it highly improbably, others say that a qualified person could be able to subdue the Baranxi.