Male Hatchling

Male Hatchling
Name: unnamed
Species: Verlinga
Birthday: Friday, July 27, 2018
Owner: Imperialism

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Stage Progress: 13.78%
Overall Progress: 56.89%

Verlinga hatchlings are friendly right from the moment they hatch, and enjoy being in crowds, especially if people will pause to pet their heavy fur. Their coat is so thick and woolly that they need to be groomed frequently - and shorn when old enough - but this is just fine with hatchling verlinga. When not being given attention, hatchling verlinga spend their time digging in the dirt for small ground-based insects and stealing raspberries and other sweet fruits off unguarded kitchen counters with their long sticky tongues. Solidly coloured until they reach adulthood, hatchling verlinga are unable to use their species' magic until their baby coat falls out and their new markings grow in.

Verlinga are usually found in the southern climes, where their bright fur makes them stand out against the greens of the jungles and the browns of the deserts. During the heat of the day they can often be found sleeping in the sun, recharging the energy they use to help plants grow. Their heavy fur has a tendency towards mats and clumps, but fortunately it can be shorn off and used to weave popular - and thick - blankets that are often sold at festivals.

Sprite art: Tekla | Description: Sochitelya