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It was noted that the majority of the Killik race were females with a few males who only left when a new nest needed to be made.

This system was capable of being poisoned by the use of insecticide grenades which forcibly closed the spiracles, resulting in the Killik's death.

Whilst Killiks were difficult to take alive, a special neutralizer agent was capable of allowing the creature to become docile and submissive.

The species possessed a strong chitinous exoskeleton that was glossy and greenish with their carcasses capable of surviving thousands of years of erosion as seen by the colonists of Alderaan.

The exoskeleton also contained a number of spiracles which served as their way of breathing.

Typically, these Human-sized hive creatures had four arms with each ending in a powerful three-fingered claw.

In addition, they stood on two stout legs that appeared to be capable of leaping great distances. After that, their size could vary, though a hive was usually one size.

Their disappearance from Alderaan was depicted in Ob Khaddor's moss painting Killik Twilight.

As a species, Killiks varied greatly in size, form and function though all shared a similar genetic code.

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