|Time zone: 5 million years|
Over a meter long; the size of Sheep
On the bleak tundra in North European Ice
Roots and stems
S - Sagmus balantes
G - Sagmus
F - Sciuridae
O - Rodentia
C - Mammalia
K - Animalia
Living in the northern tundra, shagrats are stocky with a thick fur coat and huddle together for warmth. They use their short, erect tails to signal to each other.
They have taken the place of oxen and other cattle living in herds of around 20
Shagrats migrate to the southern birches and conifers in the winter. They can survive immersion in freezing water. Their outer fur resists the water which they can shake off.
They use their strong forelimbs to clear snow and have broad, clawed feet which they use to dig for roots and grass stems. They have large teeth and rounded cheek pouches.
Female shagrats give birth to their kids alive.
one of the Shagrat predator was the Snowstalker.
Male Shagrat sometime mating with Female by Head to Head and Back to Back.