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Mini Chocobo

A mini-Chocobo is a very rare species of Chocobo, that does not develop to full size. It is presumed this is a form of dwarfism in the animal kindgom.   Typically, mini-Chocobo do not survive for long in the wild, as their inherent developmental issues mean they do not often survive.   Further, due to the fact Chocobo avoid contact with the outside world, very few have ever even been seen.   They do it seems, make very good pets. As evidenced by Kupo who travels with his pet mini-Chocobo, Patrice.   Unfortunately, they do remain the rarest and most exotic pet in the entirety of the world.

Basic Information


A mini-Chocobo has the same general anatomy as any other Chocobo, only much smaller. This includes a fan shaped tail, a feathered body, chicken like legs and wings. Their heads tend to be much larger.

Biological Traits

A mini-Chocobo may have any of the standard color variations that come with it's parent species.

Genetics and Reproduction

It is unclear what causes this particular variant of a Chocobo to be born. Current research indicates that is is only a fluke occurrence in the creature's genes.

Ecology and Habitats

Like most Chocobo, the mini-Chocobo is found primarily in forests and grasslands. They herd together with the larger Chocobo.

Dietary Needs and Habits

A mini-Chocobo subsists on greens, favoring Gysahl greens above all others.

Additional Information

Facial characteristics

Bright blue eyes, and a large orange beak.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Mostly in the Chocobo Forest.

Average Intelligence

Roughly as intelligent as your common house cat.
Patrice the mini-Chocobo
Genetic Ancestor(s)
30 years
Conservation Status
Like all Chocobo, the mini-Chocobo is a protected species.
Average Height
9 inches
Average Weight
6 lb
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Usually yellow, but the feathers have been known to tint all manner of colors.

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