The snowky split from the uksip marfinnus and started to live in the cold regions of the LadyM Open Ocean near the Rhodix Vents. Its small coats now cover all of its body and have acquired a white coloration, so that they suffered little with the thermal effect of the polar region. Its long tooth shortened a little, and now it is used mainly to excavate caves in the ice blocks and, when necessary, to fight for territory. These animals are practically isolated and live in small groups. They deposit their eggs in the caves excavated in the ice and leave to feed themselves in the regions near the northern vents, where they finds their main food, the Protomancerxia Thermaparasitica and segmentocauda stilletiforma, when these organisms arrive at the surface. Its mouth is located just below its long tooth. With it, the snowky collects its food and takes it for its young. The reproductive tax of these animals is low, laying 2 to 5 eggs for hatching, because they don’t have any predators in the polar region. It takes about 4 years until they reach adulthood.