These secretive herbivores spend most of the year in the forest's shadows, preferring dusk and night hours to be most active. In small groups of four or five, they look out for each other against various predators. Their rock-hard protrusions on their upper backs offer defense from the mouths of said predators, and their fully nail-encased toes offer great grip on the forest floor for dashing away when needed. Ureiph's quirks are what place them as companionable. Their great night vision can discern color. And when the mating season rolls around during the spring bloom, they come out of the forest shadows to build beautiful floral arrangements. Ureiph are very crafty. Males will spend several nights weaving the brightest flowers they can find into the biggest and brightest floral arrangement they possibly can outside of the forest's cover to catch the best sun. This is the only time they step outside of their comfort zone willingly. Romantics at heart, the small, two-and-a-half foot tall Ureiph of both sexes can put their craftsmanship into building shelters to sleep in as well, which makes them a fine choice of companion.