Suri Alpaca

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Suri Alpaca

Suri AlpacaOriginal.jpg

Character Data
Japanese Name: アルパカ・スリ
Romanised Name: Arupaka Suri
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Suri Alpaca's Merchandise
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Vicugna pacos
Distribution: South American
Diet: Herbivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 25 years
Read More: Suri (alpaca)
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Suri Alpaca Anime Festival​ (Costume)​ Pavilion​ (Gen 2)​ KF3 Nexon Game

Suri Alpaca is a Friend who has made appearances in both the original 2015 Kemono Friends game and the anime, mainly in Episode 3.


Alpaca has light-beige hair that covers her right eye. There is a fluffy bun tied in the back of her hair, as with the ends of the braids on both sides of her face. She wears a white scarf and fluffy collar, and a red ribbon that fades to orange at the ends. She wears a beige vest and shorts. The bottom of her vest also ends in white fluff. Under the vest, she has a white shirt with long sleeves ending in fluffed cuffs. She wears white leggings, and white shoes with brown toes. Her pupils are also rectangle shaped and her irises are gray.

In Real Life

Suri Alpacas

The alpaca is a camelid indigenous to the Andes Mountains of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile. Their natural habitat includes high mountain foothills in the Altiplano range at 11,500 to 16,000 feet or 3,500 to 5,000 meters above sea level. As herbivores, alpacas only eat vegetation. They eat mostly grass, but their diets can also include leaves wood, bark or stems. Like other ruminants, alpacas have a three-chambered stomach that digests the roughage efficiently. However, they can go without food or water for days. Alpacas who are nutrient deficient have thin fleece.

Alpacas are social animals. They live in herds that are not only composed of other alpacas but also include other species such as llamas, goats, and sheep. Some research points to the existence of hierarchical social order in alpacas. According to their breeders, alpacas use most of their body parts for communication. A pose described as broadside is ascribed to males defending their territory. It is characterized by standing sideways, arched neck, rigid tail pointing up, and ears pulled back. A sign of danger in the environment elicits an alert posture. In this posture the alpaca erects its body and directs the ears to the potential source of danger. If the animal feels threatened, it will elicit an alarm call and either flee or go to investigate the source of danger.