(old discription) One of my Dryphon's. It's a Sybearian Dryphon with a harness. It's used just like a sled dog even though these beasts are four times the size. (new) Syberian Dryphon ₪ Pull sledges in the colder, snowier regions. These Dryphons go by a whole different name. The Syberian Dryphon. These beasts have either all white hides or white hides with stripes and stand about four feet to four and a half feet from head to foot. Syberian Dryphons tend to have larger feet than their warmer climate cousins so they don’t fall through snow as easily. Their claws are not retractable like the southern version because the claws help grip the hard packed snow easier. In the winter they have a dense winter coat of fur. They shed this coat in the warmer part of the spring to reveal a thinner coat. The shed fur is collected and used in mattresses, clothes, and blankets after it is washed and knitted.