The nogger has replaced it's ancestor in the Krakow Temperate Forest. Noggers no longer live in large families. Noggers are, unlike their ancestors, very hostile towards each other except for their partner and young and even try to kill each other's young and steal the food of others. This is because there where a lot of norats living in this place because there where no predators and when the drought killed of a lot of their food, there where just way too many of them, so they had to compete against each other.
The nogger female digs a den for her, her partner and young to live in. The young are raised by the mother in the den until they are big enough to survive a fight with another nogger, she also gets much less young then her ancestor, she only gets about 2 or 3 young. The father searches for food during the night (because it's to hot during the day) and stores the food in the den. Noggers also dig holes to find water. The front paws and claws have gotten bigger for easier digging and their nostril and tail have gotten smaller so they can fit inside their den easier and because they don't swim as much as their ancestors did, because there simply isn't much water.