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Here you can find all animals added in Two Hours One Life and any changes to animals added in One Hour One Life.

Please see the One Hour One Life wiki for information about their animals.

Dromedary[]

Camel, or alternatively Dromedary, is the first original 2HOL animal. Before OHOL added Cows, fed Dromedaries were used to make Cheese then used to make sandwiches. They have always been granted by celebrated Shrines and have since been disadvantaged by Horses in most aspects, thus having little use than just being fancy luxury. A bug existed where knife wounds used to "magically" spawn dromedaries, but killing with knives and arrows has since been removed.

Bees[]

Main article: Bees

Bees, hives, honey and all other work have been added to 2HOL in "Patch 8" on April 28, 2018 - along with beer! Angry Bees have been infamous for their deadly speed and the buggy ability to move or despawn objects, and to add to the difficulty, their wild hives used to despawn unless quickly dropped on the floor. They were cheesed by standing on other objects, exploiting the game.

Mammoth[]

Mammoths may have been intended to be a world wonder with their tusks used to make spears, but towards their extinction they certainly weren't rare. The legendary mammothpocalypse caused by a few well intentioned individuals took over the world and had to be quickly fixed. They were introduced and present at around the time of Nations and subsequently made uncraftable. While the old mammoths can now be only spawned by VOGs, a redesigned Woolly Mammoth was introduced in the August 2019 update. These are used to plough furrows for farming grapes and making wine.

Silk Farm[]

Cocooned Shafts are obtained from Blessed Shrines and creates a Silk Farm when combined with a Long Shaft. After two hours it turns into a Mature Silk Farm which gives two Cocoon Shafts. Using Shears, the Silk Cocoons can be cut off the shaft and strung on a Loom to create Bolts of Silk Cloth. The silk can then be used to create Nomad Clothes and Tent Walls.

Mole[]

After five minutes, Abandoned Rabbit Holes have a 2% chance of turning into a Mole Hole. When it pops out of the hole, players can whack the Mole with a Mallet. The Mole will leave a worm five minutes after being whacked and once the worm is taken, it will turn back into an Abandoned Rabbit Hole.

Polar Bear[]

Polar Bears do not naturally spawn in the map. When players add a Bowl of Salt to a Snow Bank, there is a 10% chance that it will turn into a Melting Snow Bank with Hole. If disturbed, a Polar Bear will come out of the hole and chase players similar to how Grizzly Bears will come out of caves. It takes three shots from a Bow and Arrow to kill a Polar Bear and its corpse will despawn in five minutes. Polar Bears can't be skinned for clothing or floor rugs.

Stallion[]

Wild Stallions have a very rare chance of spawning in the grasslands biome. They can be led around with a Lasso or have a Sheepskin Saddle placed on them, making them a ridable Bridled Stallion. They can be fitted with a Bear Skin to become a Fur Coat Stallion, which gives the player a 225% walking speed compared to the 175% speed of the Bridled Stallion. Players can then place a Rope on a Fur Coat Stallion and attach a Backpack to make them a Work Stallion capable of holding two small items. Unlike horses, stallions can't be bitten by snakes, but they also can't be hitched to fences or have carts attached to them.

Chickens[]

Hens have a very rare chance of spawning in grasslands. Both hens and roosters can be held in the player's hands or placed in Copper Cages. They can be killed with a knife and de-feathered to make a plucked chicken, which can be cooked in an adobe oven. You can also put the raw chicken on a plate, cut it with a knife and put the Cut Raw Chicken into a pie. When hens are fed either Bowl of Wheat or Bowl of Corn Kernels the hen can be placed in a Nest to roost or become fertilized by a Rooster. If the hen is unfertilized then there is a 5% chance it will leave a female egg, 5% chance it will leave a male egg, 45% chance it will leave an unfertilized egg, 25% chance it will leave two eggs, and a 20% chance it will leave three eggs. If the hen is fertilized then there will be a 50/50 chance on getting a male or female egg. If you place a male or female egg back into the nest and place a hen on it, then after a couple of minutes it will spawn a chick. Chicken eggs can be used to make omelette, boiled egg, pancake mix, cooked eggs, and poached eggs.

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