A fanged, rabbit-like creature. Norska are omnivorous, and in the wild are known to eat dragons (presumably hunted in groups). They will ordinarily refuse to eat meat they have not killed, but in captivity can be fed on a diet of ground meat and vegetables.
Norska eat by filling their cheeks with food, then slowly chewing and swallowing miniscule amounts at a time.
The flesh of the norska is featured in many dishes. Norska furs are also prized, and are often used in cloaks and for trim on fashionable garments.