Agguats are massive bear-like creatures native to the Southern Continents.
Agguats resemble massive white bears, except they have longer and thicker tails and a huge hump on their shoulders. Agguaks are immense creatures, they have a shoulder height of 12 feet (3.6 meters) and a length of 28 feet (8.5 meters). Despite closely resembling bears, they are not related to bears and only convergently evolved to look like bears. Agguats are more closely related to atuagas
Habitat and diet
Agguaks live all across parts of the Southern Continents
but thrive around rocky areas like hills, mountains and valleys, and also in forests. agguaks hunt a wide variety of prey, but mostly eat latifrons