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Character Data
Japanese Name: フォッサ
Romanised Name: Fossa
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Cryptoprocta ferox
Distribution: Madagascar
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 15 years
Read More: Fossa (animal)
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 VU.svg.png
Fossa Anime Pavilion Nexon Game Gallery

Fossa is a Friend who has made appearances in both the Kemono Friends anime and the original mobile game.


Fossa wears a simple shirt and skirt combo. However the sleeves have been cut raggedly to signify her playfulness and wildness. The over-shirt she wears is light-grey and dons a red necktie to go with it. She appears to be wearing a business shirt underneath. Her skirt is black with a white frill. The most notable feature about her is her long tail. Fossa's ears are dark black and rounded, her eyes are a hazel brown in color.

In Real Life

A Fossa

The fossa is unique to the forests of Madagascar, an African island in the Indian Ocean. Growing up to 6 feet long from nose to tail tip, and weighing up to 26 pounds, relative of the mongoose.

The Fossa has evolved perfectly to the hunting and consumption of Lemurs and in fact, more than half of the Fossa's diet is comprised of them. They will also eat Lizards, Frogs, Rodents, Birds and Reptiles to supplement their diet along with small domestic animal such as pigs and poultry. Hunting under the cover of night means that the dark coat of the Fossa is perfectly camouflaged into the dense surrounding forest so they are able to stalk their prey silently in the trees before leaping powerfully to capture it. The fossa is also equipped with a long tail that comes in handy while hunting and maneuvering amongst the tree branches.

The Fossa is a solitary and nocturnal mammal that patrols territories as large as four square kilometres and marks their presence with scent released from their large anal gland. The Fossa spends the vast majority of its life high in the trees but is known to both move about and hunt on the ground as well.