The cryosagania is a cryophile that evolved from protosagania. It has evolved to live in very cold environments. It has blue-green chloroplasts and thrives in the light during the summers in which there is daylight all the time. During the long winters it will stay dormant. It can live in both cold seawater and cold freshwater ice. It forms the base of the tundra and alpine food chains. When reproducing via mitosis, it will split on the boom of the last one, making cone like chains. During the course of its life, it will get bigger and bigger, eventually dying off in the end. They sometimes break apart, forming new cone chains. Each single cell has two flagella, which together allow them to swim around in a random fashion towards the light. It is 100 micrometers long.