|Southern Bog Lemming|
|Cat Name :||Lemming|
|Common Name :||Southern Bog Lemming|
|Scientific Name :||Synaptomys cooperi|
|Other Name(s) :|
|Physical Description :||
Southern bog lemmings are round-bodied, short-tailed animals with golden-brown fur and pale undersides.
|Physical Statistics :||
Length: 3.7 – 6 Inches (94 – 154 Millimeters)
Southern bog lemmings are active year-long, generally during the night but sometimes in the daytime as well, and eat grasses, fruit, bark, insects, and roots.
|Social Organization :||
Southern bog lemmings live in scattered, temporary colonies.
|Approval Level :||None; Southern bog lemmings are common and indicate nothing out of the ordinary.|
|Kill Difficulty :||Low;
Southern bog lemmings are not dangerous to cats due to lack of harmful weapons.
|Training Level :||General;
Though they travel and forage above ground, southern bog lemmings also move and rest below ground in complex tunnels, and are more likely to leave their burrows at night.
|Hunting Tactic :||Land Rodents|
|Food Quality :||Medium; Because of their diet which is rich in fruit and roots, southern bog lemmings have highly nutritious flesh.|