The snow hona (Alpicosaura similis) is a species of therizinosaur that originally did not exist, but has since been created by SciiFii and introduced throughout the temperate, boreal, and alpine forests and open woodlands across Eurasia and North America to help boost biodiversity. Snow honas are small therizinosaurs, usually weighing only about 50 kg. They are herbivores and mainly feed on seeds, berries, twigs and shoots, and occasionally small insects and reptiles. During the winter, they can sleep in small caves they dig in the snow, and even hibernate for several weeks if the weather becomes too harsh. The conservation status of the snow hona is Least Concern due to successful conservation efforts, the snow hona's wide range and its tolerance to many of the human activities.