Khezu is a species of wyvern that live in the cold dampness of caves. Their sickly white flesh is very moist, which keeps the creature's skin from drying. Living in dark caves, the Khezu's eyes have regressed greatly, though it is made up for with their superb sense of smell. A layer of fat helps to keep them warm and prolong their time without eating, as there is not much in the way of wildlife roaming in the Khezu's choice habitat.
Khezus are hermaphrodites, meaning an individual is both male and female. To reproduce they paralyze a creature and inject their young (Khezu whelps). The Whelps grow inside their victim until it dies or they are strong enough to leave.
Although the Khezus are cave dwellers, they go out if they please, or if food inside grows too scarce. The Khezu's habitat is often located near active sources of water; however, this is typical only in high humidity areas, such as swamps, jungles and the like. It would seem that the Khezu only lives for parts of the year in these warmer areas and migrate to the Snowy Mountains during the breeding season. It is there that the Khezus insert their Whelps into prey. Juvenile Khezus are called Whelps.
HERE IS SOME OF THE KHEZU'S FACTS
A Khezu's body has internal organs that spark electrical currents through its body.
A Khezu's tail has a suction-cup like mouth with teeth in it. Khezus are able to cling onto the ceiling in order to investigate the area with it.
Khezus can not only manipulate lightning to send currents across the floor, but can shield itself in it.
Khezu's Flabby Hide is very weak to Fire.
The most sensitive part on its body is the neck.
The saliva of Khezus have strong acidic properties that can burn the floor of caves and deliver massive damage to hunters.
Due to their heightened sense of smell, dung bombs are effective tools in stunning Khezus.
The Khezu is blind and uses sound and smell and find any enemies.
An interesting fact is that once a Khezu is dead, its veins still pulsate as electrical currents run through them.
The Khezu may be related to Gigginox (Monster Hunter 3).
After sustaining a large amount of damage to the head, the Khezu will get what look like scars on its face to upper back.