About Amarra Eggs
The pattern on Amarra eggs resemble that of clover plants, particularly the Trifolium repens species, which allows for sufficient camouflage in their natural habitat. This habitat consists of forested areas with a heavy concentration of clover fields, although some eggs have been discovered in wooded mountain ranges as well.
More About the Amarra
The fur of Amarras are oftentimes covered in clovers as a camouflage mechanism. Depending on habitat location, the amount of clovers vary from being abundant to nonexistent. It is said to be a sign of good luck and future fortune if a Amarra wearing one or more four-leaf clovers crosses someone's path.
In modern times, Amarras have found themselves expanding their habitat into urban areas due to their quick adaptability and intelligence. Unfortunately, this has led to the species being branded as a pest because of their ability to stealthily sneak into garbage bins during the night in order to scavenge for food. The resulting mess left behind by these creatures when foraging is why an Ark City ordinance was enacted, stating that all waste containers must be secured and have tightly fitted lids. Those who fail to comply with this ordinance may face a hefty fine.
The Amarra's tendency to frequent places such as Ark City has made the species subjected to much research by the Science and Research Center.
Hatching Amarra Eggs
Amarra eggs require views to evolve.
Description written by Meteoroid.