Barn Owl

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Barn Owl

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Character Data
Japanese Name: メンフクロウ
Romanised Name: Menfukurou
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Tyto alba
Distribution: Unknown
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 4 years
Read More: Barn owl
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Barn Owl Nexon Game

Barn Owl is a strigiforme Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.


Barn Owl appears intelligent, sly, and welcoming: narrowed amethyst eyes with pink shadow, a small grin, and timid expression. Her hair is short and primarily white with a pronounced yellow bang, but has many accented browns around her head wings that fade from a chestnut brown to charcoal grey. She adorns a long white and indigo scholar's coat, patterned with brown and grey markings to mimic the feathers of a real barn owl. In her right hand she holds a circular owl mask, and in the left a series of other colorful face coverings. Poking from her coat are her broad tail feathers. She also wears laced-knee high boots.

In Real Life

A Barn Owl.

The barn owl is a medium owl species that occupy most of the world, with the exception of hot deserts and polar regions. Photogenically, there's at least three significant lineages of barn owl including 28 subspecies. The Western Barn Owl for Europe, Eastern Barn Owl for Asia/Austalia, and American Barn Owl for North and South Americas.

The barn owl, regardless of species, all share similar physical features that define them as such. Nocturnal, black marble-like eyes, long claws, various shades of brown on their backs and wings, and a yellow-tinted white on the face and underside. Unlike other owls, barn owls do not hoot. Instead, they let out ghostly shrieks.

Barn owls are carnivorous, locating their prey with impressive accuracy via their strong sense of hearing. These are mostly small mammals, such as voles, shrews, and mice. They eat their prey whole, but cannot digest bone or fur. To resolve this, they regurgitate the remains in the form of a pellet.

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