Hystracathi are tenacious little creatures living in the Marsh. They make their homes in small woven huts built atop driftwood. Each hut in a prickle, or family group, is woven to the hut next to it, so that they stay together with the rise and fall of the water level. The size of the prickle and the structure of their huts speaks highly to the level of influence that particular Hystracathi prickle has within their community.
Photos by Keith May of May Photo