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A mudhorn's cave was located on the desert world Arvala-7. Within the cave, a mudhorn, a large horned creature, resided with its egg. The cave's interior was dark and muddy, with bones strewn across the surface.[1] Around 9 ABY,[2] the Mandalorian bounty hunter[1] Din Djarin[3] was taken to the cave by a tribe of Jawas, so that he could retrieve the mudhorn's egg. Djarin entered the cave, and soon began fighting the mudhorn when it knocked him out of the cave. Djarin eventually killed the creature with the help of a Force-sensitive child and secured the egg, taking it to the Jawas.[1]

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The mudhorn cave appeared in "Chapter 2: The Child," the second episode of Jon Favreau's 2019 Disney+ live-action series The Mandalorian. The episode was directed by Rick Famuyiwa[1] and aired on November 15, 2019.[4] The cave was initially showcased in a trailer leading up to the show's release.[5] Concept art of the cave was drawn by artist Jama Jurabaev.[6]

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