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There are several Animals in One Hour One Life. These animals can provide players useful Materials to craft the items they need.

Rabbit[edit | edit source]

Rabbits are among the easiest animals to hunt and process. They can be found in the yellow prairies in holes as a family or an individual (usually after being hunted). Rabbits can be caught using snares, though it is important to snare only rabbit family holes -- if babies are not present when the snare is set, harvested rabbit holes are then left permanently empty. After skinning with a flint chip, rabbits yield a piece of fur and rabbit meat. Rabbit meat can be cooked over coals to produce cooked rabbit meat. Eating rabbit meat yields bones, one of which can be made into a needle used to craft clothing.

See also separate article - Rabbit Hole.

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Geese[edit | edit source]

Geese are found in ponds in the swamps. They can be shot by an arrow or scared barehanded, which yields a feather. Feather is a material used for making an arrow. Currently, geese are not renewable when shot by an arrow, as they don't come in a flock or family like mouflon or sheep. Geese also leave when their pond is drained dry. They're prey for predators, like grizzly bears.

See also separate article - Canada Goose Pond.

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Mouflon[edit | edit source]

Mouflon are found in the yellow prairies and badlands in a family, as an adult individual, or as a baby. They can be shot by an arrow and then skinned for clothing material (hide) and meat. A family of mouflon can be hunted and then regenerate, whereas an individual will never regenerate. If a mouflon family is hunted, the mouflon lamb can be lead with a rope. If fed, it will grow up into a Domestic Mouflon, if not fed, it will die. Soon after it grows, the Domestic mouflon will give birth to a domesticated lamb, which will turn into a sheep. They are prey for predators, like Grizzly bears.

See also separate articles - Mouflon, Mouflon Lamb, Domestic Mouflon, Domestic Lamb.

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Sheep[edit | edit source]

Sheep are found in grasslands and badlands as a family, as an adult individual, or as a baby. They can be sheared for wool, which can be used to make knit clothing. They can also be shot by an arrow and then skinned for clothing material (sheep skin) and meat. A family of sheep can be hunted and then regenerate, whereas an individual will never regenerate. Domesticated sheep shorn for wool will regrow their fleece when fed (a bowl of gooseberries and carrot) and will produce new lambs. Lambs must be fed (a bowl of gooseberries and carrot) promptly, after which they grow into sheep; if not fed, the lambs will die. Like mouflon lambs, domestic lambs can be lead with a rope. If loose near a carrot farm, sheep will eat the carrots and ruin the crop. They're prey for predators, like grizzly bears.

See also separate articles - Domestic Sheep.

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Wolf[edit | edit source]

Wolves are predators found in the badlands. They come from a den as an individual. They can be shot by an arrow for defense or for clothing (wolf skin). Unlike other animals, wolves do not instantly die when shot by an arrow; instead, they will bleed to death. They are a predator of humans, though they only prey on children and the young (may kill those up to age 29). They can travel far from their den and follow their prey.

See also separate article - Wolf.

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Grizzly Bear[edit | edit source]

Grizzly bears are predators found in the badlands. They come from a den as an individual. They can be shot by an arrow for defense or for clothing (bear skin) or to make a bear skin rug. Unlike other animals, they do not die if shot by a single arrow, so be careful! They are a very motivated human predator. They can travel far from their den and follow their prey. Grizzly bears are more persistent than wolves when following prey. A hungry grizzly can be fed.

See also separate articles - Bear Cave, Grizzly Bear.

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Penguin[edit | edit source]

Penguins are found in the tundra and are docile creatures. Penguins have the ability to go into and out of Ice Holes.

See also separate article - Penguin.

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Seal[edit | edit source]

Seals roam the tundra or badlands. They can be killed by being clubbed with a long straight shaft and their hide can be sewn into a sealskin coat.

See also separate article - Antarctic Fur Seal.

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Horse[edit | edit source]

Horses roam the land, often near desert areas. They run away and are very quick. A horse can be captured using a lasso - if you are fast enough. Once lassoed, a horse will follow and can be hitched to a fence. Putting down the lasso frees the horse, who will run off. Tamed horses can be hitched to carts or ridden. Riding requires a saddle made from wool.

See also separate article - Wild Horse.

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Rattlesnake[edit | edit source]

Rattlesnakes are found in the badlands. Crossing paths with a snake can be deadly.

See also separate article - Rattle Snake.

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