Lyralopex eggs are incredibly warm and soft, almost like a plush toy. Arkians just can't help but hug these eggs, especially in the freezing winter! Hugging the egg actually is recommended however; the more attention and love that it gets, the quicker the egg will hatch.
Studied extensively during an arctic expedition, the Lyralopex ("Lyra's Fox", named after the lead researcher's daughter) is a fox-like creature that boasts gorgeous white fur with crimson accents.
What appears to be tribal markings are, in reality, naturally occurring patterns that inspired and later became the basis for an archaic writing system. Within this language, the circular pattern on the creature's left shoulder represents the idea of family and unity. Fitting, too, as this species is renowned for having deep, emotional bonds to family.
Always tirelessly bounding in either snow or blankets, young Lyralopexes are a welcome sight to see during the cold winter months. These cheerful, fluffy kits love to be hugged and are always enthusiastic as they play about the world around them. This enthusiasm and happiness is infectious; People can't help but smile when there is a Lyralopex around.