Forest Scalecats are an unclassified creature released on 13th August, 2014.
This greyish egg has some spots.
With a creak and a crack, the egg pops open! The hatchling is small and fluffy, but prepared for the cold.
This young creature has grown very quickly. It's also growing some large, thick scales along its spine, and has become more agile. It has also begun hunting for itself.
Scalecats are a peculiar form of cat found in snowy forests and high mountain ranges. About the size of a leopard, they grow thick scales along their spines for protection and their faces are elongated like a canine's. Equipped with a thick, dense coat, large paws, and a long tail for balance, the Scalecat is supremely suited to its cold and treacherous habitats. Scalecats are solitary except during the summer mating season; young are born in the winter, so they are better camouflaged until their spots start fading in. Females raise young alone. Scalecats are among the rarest species in the world, threatened by a number of factors, namely hunting for their pelts and scales.