The Archives: Hanacat

One file in the Archives reveals information about the Hanacat. You read carefully to learn about this creature and obtain more knowledge about the mysterious species of Ark.

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Availability

Retired

Dates

Available Apr 1 - Apr 30, 2023.

Weight

6.5 kg

Height

36 m

Obtained From

Cash Shop Park

Gender Profile

Feminine
85% female, 10% male, 5% non-binary

Habitat

Ark City

Population Rank

#691 of 1091

About Hanacat Eggs

Hanacat eggs all have a flower stuck to them. These flowers will gradually fall off, petal by petal, and when all the petals have fallen off the egg will hatch. Studies conducted by the SAR Center show that Hanacat eggs hatch the quickest when placed on soft bedding and exposed to sunlight. The petals have healing properties, so they are highly sought out by doctors and herbalists. If someone forcefully removes the petals, however, the petal will shrivel up and all its medicinal properties will be lost, becoming highly poisonous. The petal will grow back after some time, however, giving the person a second chance to raise the creature correctly.

About the Hanacat Creature

Young Hanacats are incredibly shy and will go out of their way to avoid contact with other creatures. They hide in the shadows of the Forest during the day, which makes them to be incredibly elusive. They are also highly curious and will come out of their hiding places at night to explore. Once outside, they are playful and enjoy frolicking around in Ark City. As they grow older, they leave the Forest more often, and become more sociable. An older Hanacat is more easier to tame than a young one. When domesticated, Hanacats are loyal and affectionate companions, making them great pets. They still retain their curiosity, however, so fragile items should not be kept near Hanacats.

Once a grown adult, the Hanacat's flower petals lose their healing qualities but still retain their beauty.

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