Bauble eggs are, rarely, found underneath trees in the wild. However, they are more commonly found underneath decorated Christmas trees during the winter season. No one is quite sure how they get there, but the general consensus is that holiday cheer somehow causes the magic of the season to coalesce into Bauble eggs.
A study by the Science and Research Center has suggested that Baubles are similar in composition to the Laniwon, meaning that Baubles are not true creatures but rather artificial ones.
In an additional study, it was discovered that adorning a Treelar with merely a single Bauble will instantly soothe and subdue the provoked plant for currently unknown reasons. Preliminary research suggests that this behavior may be due to the soft, gentle purring sound that Baubles emanate when they are content.