Each pairing of human and non-human represents a different biological region. Together, their lifetime devotion is to monitor all living conditions within their territories, reporting annually at a conference. Based on the advice and help of the group, they would return home to supervise planting, pruning, and protection.
AERIAL: Oolu and Lightwing, a Skybax, responsible for watching weather, rainfall, pollen, dust.
FOREST: Bracken and Fiddlehead, a Chasmosaurus. An area of great responsibility, the renewal and health of woodlands and jungles.
ALPINE: Moraine and Bigtusk, one of the ‘mammoths’ from the Forbidden Mountains. Their care: glaciers, tundra, high meadows, sulphur vents.
DESERT: Dorsolith (a Euplocephalux) and Seco, masters of sand dunes, erosion, water management.
FRESHWATER: Magnolia and Paddlefoot, a Lambeosaurus, in charge of swamps, lakes, rivers.
SAVANNA: Draco and Highjump, a Struthiomimus, range open country to look after grasses, reeds, insects, soils.
BEACHES AND BAYS: Dolphins.