The Snoroceros is a bulky, quadrupedal creature, covered in shaggy white fur. Its stout legs end in three sharp claws each, and its head is decorated with a set of icy spikes. There is one long horn that extends from the top of its snout, from between the creature's two pairs of eyes. Its belly fur is a slightly paler white than the rest of its body. Its jaw is slightly underslung, sturdy, and decorated with sharp teeth. It has visible nostrils and visible ear holes.
- The name Snoroceros is Snow and Rhinoceros combined.
- Its appearance probably comes from The Woolly Rhino. An extinct species of Rhino that lived during the ice-age had 2 horns and had thick fur.