The feral Hamchog is an endangered species native to the hills of Scotland. It is most commonly found nesting beneath the bows of pine trees on a bed of heather. First it takes great care flattening the heather surrounding its chosen tree before entering a state of semi hibernation. It is whilst in this lucid state that the Chog takes to mating with itself. The asexual Chog can spend days, even weeks seducing itself but this often fails to produce offspring. There is currently only one known true Hamchog in existence.
There is no documented proof of the Hamchog however it was last sighted springing through dense heathers on the 14/05/07 in the hills outside Abernethy, Scotland.
by Hamchog enthusiast May 14, 2007