This egg is covered in thick, silky fur that is a lovely brown color. The soft fur actually conceals a thin membrane-like shell that protects the developing creature within from external harm. The fur keeps the surface of the egg's membrane warm in the chilly mountaintops where they are laid.
When the egg approaches hatching, delightful squeaks and meows can be heard. The sounds are said to bring inexplicable happiness to all who hear it.
Farlots are an uncommon mammal who live in the few cold areas of Ark; they are commonly known as "Fairy Guides." Their defining feature is their faintly glowing wings that allow them to fly in short bursts, earning them their name. According to Arkian folktales, Farlots have also been known to guide lost travelers back home from the mountains by the light of their wings. The longest recorded flight of a Farlot is 11.3 seconds at a length of 13 meters.
Their wings are extensions of their spine, which is composed of naturally occurring chitin. These wings get their distinctive rose color as a result of a steady diet of pink berries that grow on Ark's mountain shrubs.