The second largest of the Cinna family, considered the other of two Cinnadragon species. Their faces resemble that of Cinnadogs and Cinnacats. Their native name, Cinnajhogre, comes from a faraway place, where their species was once more centralized.
Wild ones are prone to dominant, aggressive behavior - though they are known to have become loyal friends, companions, leaders, and more. Wings and Horns are not considered rare on Cinnajhogre. Currently only available through commissions.