The Suhnbok is similar in build and size to a small donkey, though its features are more goat-like, not including a large fleshy tail. The thick, stiff mane of the suhnbok’s tail is more vibrant and pronounced in the males of the species, though the females tend to be larger and more robust in stature.
Suhnboks range in loose herds for hundreds of miles each year, travelling to find new water sources, and to escape fierce winter storms that build up over the plains.
High plains during the summer months, migrating to low grassy valleys and badlands in the winter.
4’ at the shoulder, 6’ long, and 130Lbs
Long grasses and low-lying shrubs