Found along the smaller streams and brooks, where their larger cousins the River Trolls, find it hard to stay concealed.
The smaller size of a Brook Troll makes it easier for them to hide against a mossy creek bank or behind a small waterfall, allowing them to stay close to the aquatic life they protect. While they are hard to spot... you will often just hear them. Ever wonder why they call it a "babbling brook" ? But like their River Troll cousins... if alerted to your presence, they will sink lower under the surface... blending so well into their surroundings that they seem to disappear:). Size: around 5" tall X 7" wide.
Another one of our dad's drawings featured the Troll's mountain stream home... and if you look real hard, you might be able to see one or two of the half-submerged Brook Trolls plus a few other trolls too! A part of that drawing (pictured here) is used as a cover for their special folded tag.
AS A SPECIAL BONUS; the Brook Troll will come with an updated 8 X 10 print of the original Ken Arensbak pen and ink drawing (see 3rd image) suitable for framing. A great addition to your Brook Troll habitat.