You can hear the bell ringing on this egg from afar... not very good for camouflage!
Initially quite inactive and sleeply at the start of its life, the Elsara stays close to its mother for warmth and food. As it is fed, it grows into a quick and nimble hunting machine in the snow. It's nearly perfectly camouflaged in the snow with its white coat, but heard easily by the ringing bells attached to its ears.
To avoid scaring away potential prey, Elsaras have mastered the skill of sound misdirection which is their unique ability to make their ringing bells sound like they are coming from another direction. This allows the Elsara to often scare their prey right into their direction.