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Character Data
Japanese Name: ブームスラング
Romanised Name: Būmusurangu
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Dispholidus typus
Distribution: Sub-Saharan Africa
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: eight years
Read More: Boomslang
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Boomslang Nexon Game

The Boomslang is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.


Boomslang has seaweed colored eyes and long green wavy hair that fades to a darker color towards the tips, with several red spots at the front and in her bangs. As other snakes, she has a long green tail. She's wearing a green hooded jacket with a snake print, with a pair of yellow glowing circles at the top of her head. The front of the jacket that fades from yellow-green to bright green towards the bottom, it has a light green middle portion that symbolizes a real boomslang's belly, and the red strings of her jacket resembles the tongue of a snake. She's wearing a short red circular skirt, thigh highs with a scale-like pattern and light green boots.

In Real Life

Adult boomslang

Boomslangs are a venomous snake species endemic to sub-Saharan Africa, most commonly found in the central and southern regions of the continent. The boomslang is a slender snake that averages 1 to 1.5 m (3.5 to 5 ft) in length, it has a small, stubby, egg-shaped head and very large eyes. Males have a variety of color shades from solid bright green to rust-red or a combination of black and yellow. Females have a dull olive-brown or gray color.

Their main diet consists of small arboreal lizards and frogs, including chameleons. Occasionally, they feed on small mammals, birds, the eggs of reptiles and birds. These diurnal, arboreal snakes spend most of their day hunting in trees and shrubs, carefully gliding through tree branches until an ideal hiding place is found. They will occasionally move to the ground for the primary purpose of hunting and soaking up the sun.

Boomslangs are solitary reptiles that rarely communicate with other animals unless they feel threatened, and will even prey upon other members of their own species.


Reptile Friends
American AlligatorGharialSaltwater CrocodileSpectacled Caiman
African Rock PythonAmazon Tree BoaBlack MambaBoomslangCoastal TaipanEmerald Tree BoaEuropean RatsnakeKing CobraOkinawan HabuTsuchinoko
Alligator Snapping TurtleGalápagos TortoiseGenbuIndian Star TortoiseLeopard TortoiseRed-Eared SliderRed-Footed Tortoise
Miscellaneous Reptiles
Frilled LizardKomodo DragonPanther ChameleonSatanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko