Pink-Backed Pelican

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Pink-Backed Pelican

Pink-Backed PelicanOriginal.jpg

Character Data
Japanese Name: コシベニペリカン
Romanised Name: Koshibeniperikan
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Pelecanus rufescens
Distribution: Africa
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: Unknown
Read More: Pink-backed pelican
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Pink-Backed Pelican Nexon Game

The Pink-Backed Pelican is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.


Pink-Backed Pelican has black eyes, very long braided gray hair that fades into white and then dark gray near the bottom, and a long pink bang that covers her left eye and resembles a beak. She has a pair of wings and a tail that resembles her characteristic animal, with dark gray tips. She wears a white undershirt, a two-toned single-breasted jacket with gray and pink colors and a white and black line at the sleeves and a pink ribbon belt. She wears a pink circular skirt, beige leggings and pink lace-up rain boots.

In Real Life

Pink-backed Pelican at The Cincinnati Zoo.

Pink-Backed Pelicans are a species of large birds that can be found in Africa and Southern Arabia. Those birds have a pale grayish plumage, with dark gray wingtips and characteristic pink color in their back, breast and abdomen. They live in a wide range of aquatic habitats such as freshwater lakes, swamps and slow-flowing rivers, but preferring to eat in more calm waters where there is plenty of vegetation.

This species breeds all year around, building their nests colonially in trees, reeds or low bushes near the water. They will not move too far, as they will use the same tree as a nest multiple times until it collapses. They are most active in the morning and evening, with their main source of food being fish, eating up to 1 kg of it per day, and they will usually hunt them solitarily or in small groups.


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