By the time you glimpse one of these elusive creatures, it’s already gone. Skittish and quick to bolt, a frabbit relies on its elongated ears to sense predators and bony front limbs to flee to safety. Muscular prehensile tails allow them to raise their sightline above tall grasses to spot food and threats alike. When cornered, a frabbit will burrow deep into the ground and hide there, listening for the danger to pass. Perhaps it is this behavior that makes them such compulsive groomers, having evolved a tongue the length of a man’s arm that they use to habitually clean soil and parasites from their fur, claws, and even eyes.
- Locations: The common frabbit can be found in the sunny and safe hills of Hearthhome while larger species prefer to graze in the forests and highlands.
- Species: While rampant crossbreeding has yielded green, brown, and even snowy white fur patterns, the orange-coated frabbit is the most recognizable.
- Behavior: Trusting their fellow frabbits to alert them to danger, each will cry out an alarm when threatened.
- Abilities: Driven by adrenaline, frabbits avoid predators by using their strong limbs to burrow underground.
- Resources: If you can catch them, frabbits are a decent source of meat and light leather but are prized for their adrenal glands, coarse fur, and long tongues.
- Trivia: A group of frabbits is called a “croak”.