Tundra Wolf

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Tundra Wolf

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Character Data
Japanese Name: ツンドラオオカミ
Romanised Name: Tsundoraōkami
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Canis lupus albus
Distribution: Eurasia
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 16 years
Read More: Tundra wolf
Conservation Status:  ?
Tundra Wolf Pavilion Nexon Game

“There are various Wolf Friends but if I had to say, I'm a quiet type. I like the quiet snow world I think? Yes, that's should be it, it makes me feel calm. Eh? You want me to spend time with you? A, are you stupid? What's wrong with you?... ...”
Tundra Wolf's introduction

Tundra Wolf is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.


Tundra Wolf has tan skin and bright orange eyes, and fluffy, short, pale reddish-grey hair. On her bangs there is white highlighting, and her animal ears have both white and black fur inside. Her tail is white at the top, and the lower half is grey and reddish-grey lower down.

A long scarf the same colour as her hair is tied around her neck, with white tips. She wears short white fur trimmed gloves and no shirt under her double-breasted coat, which shares the same reddish-grey colour. The long rolled up sleeves are white, as is her skirt. Her thigh highs are the same colour as much of her outfit, and white on the bottom. They also have dark brown straps on the top. Her shoes are white and open top, and she wears a purple plaid bow.

Tundra Wolf’s old design has white hair, with darker ears. Her tail is also white, with a darker grey tip. Her eyes are blue. She has a furry collar and a white sweater with a purple lined collar over a short sleeves white shirt with purple plaid cuffs. Her gloves are short and white with a fur trim. Her tie and skirt are also purple plaid. Her shoes are knee-height grey boots with darker feet.

In Real Life

The Tundra Wolf is a subspecies of Grey Wolf that are typically found through northern Europe and Asia, specifically through regions of Russia. Tundra wolves are one of the largest subspecies of Grey Wolf, with an average body length of 7 feet (2 metres) and an average weight of around 100 to 125 points (45 to 57 kilograms), with male Tundra Wolves are typically larger than females. They have a thick coating grey fur, with shades of black, rust, and silver grey, and their tail is bushy. They have a high body, long legs, a broad skull, and a narrow muzzle which aid them in certain tasks in the wild.

Like all wolves, Tundra Wolves are carnivorous. They feed on large prey such as deer, moose, bison, ox, and sheep, however they prey on animals as small as beavers, geese, and hare. They have incredible speed Adult Tundra Wolves can even consume as much as 20 points (9 kilograms) in one feeding, and cover a large area due to scarce prey, and this is why they benefit with stamina over power.

Tundra Wolves are not endangered, however they can be vulnerable to changes in climate, which could cause risk of endangerment in the future. For example, a large change in snowfall can lead to a reduction in hare and muskox, which Tundra Wolves depend on for food. Humans have not had as much of a drastic effect on Tundra Wolf populations, do to them living in extreme conditions where humans are not as present.




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