|Environment||Warm jungles or plains|
Source: Familiar Folio, pg(s). 24
Kakapos are a species of rotund black-and-green flightless parrots native to the archipelago of Minata. A kakapo is roughly two feet long and can weigh up to nine pounds. Kakapos breed when the rimu tree, their preferred food, is most heavily fruiting (usually twice or three times per decade). Kakapos are considered to be a sacred animal by and commonly feature in the religious art of tribal Minatans, who relate them to Pharasma, Shelyn, or their own tribal deities. Some believe the kakapo is capable of prophecy.
- Wikipedia:Kakapo (real-life animal)