|Average height||2-3 ft. (estimate)|
|Habitat||Plains, forest, swamp|
|Behind the Scenes|
Mosswine are small moss-covered pigs that are frequently found in grassy, forested or swampy areas.
They are known to have a great appetite for mushrooms. Hunters and marketers commonly observe them to identify an area rich in mushrooms. Mosswine have some flabby fat on their bodies that make them look chubby. Mosswine are generally docile by nature, but will attack if provoked. They are mostly hunted for their mushroom-tracking abilities and their meat.