The nobit split from the black-winged nobom. It is similar to its ancestor in that it has a covering of very many fatty lumps which protrude from the body in finger-like masses and dark black leaves for keeping warm from the little sunlight. It however has grown much smaller (about the size of a rabbit) and lives mostly in the Glicker Alpine region feeding on small plants. Some still live at the south pole but it has to compete with its ancestor so there are few. Also in the rocky region connecting the regions they will visit in the winter when it is covered in snow and will dig in the snow for frozen grasses. Their white color best blend in snow regions thus they keep to those areas. They have not quite spread up to the North Tundra yet though. Since they are small they're easy prey, so they tend to have many babies and breed often.