Name: unnamed
Species: House Muris
Birthday: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Owner: Rhia
Mother: unnamed
Father: unnamed

More eggs:

Stage Progress: 98.20%
Overall Progress: 49.10%

This ornament feels heavier than you'd expect.

House murises are close relatives of field murises which have adapted to life among humans. Where field murises are extremely skittish and not often seen, house murises are much more outgoing, curious, and even friendly. Like most reptiles that live in regions where seasonal changes are drastic, murises tend to hibernate in the winter. While field murises dig out dens and pile in by the hundreds to wait out winter, house murises prefer to move into the warm homes of people. Some regard them as pests, but something about their adorable antics and friendliness make most people treat them as tiny guests. It is tradition in many households to leave cookie crumbs and table scraps near the fireplace or under decorations for the murises to eat. Those who use ornaments to decorate will occasionally find a cozy nest has been constructed inside a small ornament. It is thought that these eggs are gifts to those who treated their guests particularly well the previous year.

Sprite art: Lazuli | Description: Lazuli