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Character Data
Also known as: Indian Antelope
Japanese Name: ブラックバック
Romanised Name: Burakku bakku
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Antilope cervicapra
Distribution: India, Nepal, Pakistan
Diet: Herbivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 12-15
Read More: Blackbuck
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 NT.svg.png
Blackbuck KF3 Nexon Game

Blackbuck is a mammal Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.


Blackbuck has black hair with two long ponytail at the sides of her head, two white rounded tasks on the front of her head and a slight white dyed on the edge of her wick. As the original animal she is based of, she also owns her two horns on the top of her head.She has an eye patch on her right eye, however she possess a cold stare with her only red eye, which reinforce her serious and tough expression.

Her top is composed of a short full-length sleeves white tailcoat with red roll-up cuffs, a straight red line descends along the tailcoat that form a V at the edge and continue her way around the hips and a long black cape that surround entirely her neck. On the lower part, she wears a very short circular skirt with pressed-in ridges and thigh high boots with the colors black and white separate one from the other. Like other horned Friends, she has a spear-like weapon that is lightly curved and has blackbucks-like ends, She also has a tail and ears that belongs to her species.

In Real Life

Blackbuck on a grassy plains

Blackbuck live on open woodlands and semi-desert areas, but also enjoy areas with thorn or dry deciduous forest. They like to stay near areas where grassland is available.

On hot days blackbucks rest in the Blackbuck are grazers, they feed on short grass, various cultivated cereals, fruits, pods, flowers, shrubs and herbs.

Blackbucks are gregarious and social animals with herds generally ranging from 5 to 50 animals. The herds are harems, with a single adult male and a number of adult females and their young. They tend to be diurnal during the cool season. In the hot season, they are active in the very early morning and late afternoon, resting in the shade at other times. Because of past persecutions, blackbuck are very shy and wary.

The blackbuck is predated upon by a number of species, including wolves and leopards, and relies mainly on its speed in order to escape. When a potential predator is sighted, the blackbuck can leap extraordinarily high into the air, before performing a number of smaller leaps and then galloping away. Their sense of smell and hearing are not highly developed so they rely on eyesight in detecting danger. Fast as any antelope, the only predator they cannot outrun is the [Cheetah].

The blackbuck was once the most abundant hoofed mammal in India and Pakistan, but their populations have been greatly reduced through excessive hunting for its skin, flesh and also for sports, loss of habitat due to agricultural development is part of that too.


A blackbuck in Blackbuck National Park in Gujarat, India
  • The blackbuck has associations with the Indian culture, especially in Hindu mythology. According to Hindu mythology, the blackbuck draws the chariot of Lord Krishna. The blackbuck is considered to be the vehicle of Vayu (the wind god), Soma (the divine drink) and Chandra (the moon god). In Tamil Nadu, the blackbuck is considered to be the vehicle of the Hindu goddess Korravai. In Rajasthan, the goddess Karni Mata is believed to protect the blackbuck.




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