Supremely furtive, Seashockers share attributes with many of the ocean’s most extraordinary creatures: the morphology of a manta ray, the sonar of a dolphin, and the bioluminescence of a deep dweller.
Similar to Hideous Zipplebacks, Seashockers also possess two heads. But unlike their airborne cousins, Seashockers only have one thing on their twin brains: predation. If you ever see their dark fins amongst the waves, it’s already too late for you – the rest of their pod has already moved in to attack!
Being water-based dragons, Seashockers do not breathe fire. Instead, their bites paralyze victims with an electrical charge that stuns even the biggest prey into submission. Perhaps this is the reason why all dragons fear the a Seashocker’s closest evolutionary relative – the electric eel!
See more of Seashocker in:
Dragons: Race to the Edge
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Masters of the sneak attack
Electrical Stun Charges
Seashockers are wonderful ice-breakers, but not in the conversational sense -- their dorsal fins, comprised of super-dense cartilage, can cut through even the most frigid floes, allowing Seashockers to carve a path to any ice-bound prey!