Masked Booby

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Masked Booby

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Character Data
Japanese Name: アオツラカツオドリ
Romanised Name: Aotsura Katsuodori
First Featured in: Kemono Friends Pavilion
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Sula dactylatra
Distribution: Worldwide
Diet: Piscivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 15-20 Years
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Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Masked Booby Festival Pavilion KF3 Gallery

“I’m a booby… Masked Booby… … I have heard… someone… with this similar figure as mine… said something… like that…”
Masked Booby's introduction

Masked Booby is a type of avian Friend announced during the press release following the conclusion of the Kemono Friends anime. She has since been featured in Kemono Friends Pavilion.

Appearance

Masked Booby's hair is styled in a bob which is deceptively similar in appearance to a hood. Her bangs are colored blue-gray, save for a long lock of golden hair which falls between her eyes, representing a beak. White wings with black tips protrude from either side of her head, matching the plumage of her tail. Her eyes, like the strands of hair that form her "beak", are gold.

She wears a white sweater over top of a collared shirt and tie, both of which also being white in coloration. Her tattered miniskirt would also be all-white, were it not for its black tips which match the plumage of her wings and tail. The booby wears white shorts under her skirt, and underneath them, sky blue leggings. A pair of gray-blue loafers complete her well-covered outfit.

Series Appearances

Appearances In Kemono Friends Media
Media Role

In Real Life

Masked Booby in Midway Atoll, Eastern Island. Photo by Forest & Kim Starr, 2008.

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