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Furred tundra snake

"Furred tundra snakes are herbivorous snake like creatures that live in the northern tundras and swamps. Their timid nature coupled with and overall friendly tendency towards larger creatures have made them a popular pet among many northern dragonoids, and they are often seen burrowed into their owners robes. Unlike many other cousins in of their species, furred tundra snakes become emotionally attached to their mates or owners and can become depressed if they are alone for too long. To attract a mate they often tend to carry berries with their tongues and pile them onto a small stash as a gift of sorts. When alarmed or startled they make a distinctive sound that can be described as 'sniffling'."