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Kuola DietKuola DietKuola are omnivores, meaning they eat both plants and animals. Kuola are able to eat almost anything, which helps since their mating season is during winter. Their sharp canines and strong molars enable them to chew down most types of prey and plants.On average, a kuola consumes five kilos of meat and three kilos of plants a day. They usually don't eat all that much due to their slender build and usually weigh around 5.7 kilos, females are lighter though. They will eat anything, from small prey animals and fish, to nuts and berries.When nuts and berries are unavailable, they will feed on leaves and roots. Plants are needed in their diet, as they gain vital vitamins they need to breed and grow. A lack of plants will lead to miscarriages, weak young and illness. The kuola's strong jaw muscles help with cracking open nuts and bones, so they can get to the rich marrow within.During summer, they will hunt within their territories. Their prey usually consists of; mice, ba
Kuola Ranks!Kuola Ranks~Kuola are group animals by nature, and a lone one would not last very long. A group of kuola is known as a Tribe, and they usually consist of about twelve members. The males are dominant over the females and a tribe only has one or two males, usually littermates or from the same mob.At the top of the hierarchy is the leader or pair of leaders. The leaders are usually strong kuola, all of which are male. They are often battle scarred and experienced, though smaller tribes of about six members are run by young males. The senior leaders usually claim the best territory and nesting places, they also sire the most young.Next is the senior and strongest of the females. They usually raise the most young to adulthood, and their kits are almost never kidnapped. They are the ones who get the most prey, best nesting spots and materials, their kits are the strongest and they are most likely to live to be elders.Below them is the middle ranking females, mid aged or weaker ones. The