Zoology Question

Hi everyone,

Our class is studying moogles and I was hoping that you could help me find some research materials to help me answer this week's take-home quiz questions. Here are the questions I am having difficulty with...

1) Identify the three common varieties of moogle by fur color and wing structure.

2) Distinguish between the various ways "kupo kupo" is used in communication between moogles.

3) Describe the intricate communication process known as the "mognet." What does this tell you about the survival skills of a moogle?

4) What features distinguish between male and female moogles?

Thanks for any help you can provide!
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Chris

You're studying video games?

Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Are you referring to the Fantasy Game creatures?

[edit] Moogle
Classic Moogle appearance as in Final Fantasy XI

Moogles (ƒ‚�[ƒOƒŠ, Mōguri?)�@are little creatures that appear throughout several Square Enix game series, including the Final Fantasy series, the Seiken Densetsu series, the Chocobo game series, and the Kingdom Hearts series. Moogles are called "Moguri" in the Japanese version games, a portmanteau of the Japanese words mogura (mole) and komori (bat).

Moogles have small eyes and red, pink, or purple bat-like wings. A single black antenna sticks up from their heads, with a small colorful ball (usually red or yellow) at the end called a "pompom". Their ears are usually shaped like a cat's and their fur are white or light pink; however, they have longer, rabbit-like ears and tend to have more beige or gray fur in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance and Final Fantasy XII. When they first appeared, in Final Fantasy III, Moogles generally ended their sentences with the word "nya", the Japanese equivalent of a cat's "meow". In the later games, they use the word "kupo" instead; some games briefly mention a Moogle language formed out of various permutations of "kupo". In the Final Fantasy III Nintendo DS remake, the word "nya" was replaced with "kupo".

Moogles run an in-game message delivery service in Final Fantasy IX and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. In the Final Fantasy III remake, the Moogles' message delivery service allows to send real e-mails using the Nintendo DS wi-fi function. In Final Fantasy XI, a Moogle is assigned to each player to take care of their house and change their jobs. In Final Fantasy XII, the Moogles are known to be skillful in mechanics and engineering; they were the first pioneers of airship construction.

Several Moogle characters of the Final Fantasy series are named Mog, including a playable character in Final Fantasy VI, a character from an arcade game in Final Fantasy VII, a form of the Eidolon Madeen in Final Fantasy IX, and the single player's companion in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. In the spin-offs Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon, Chocobo's Dungeon 2, and Chocobo Racing, a Moogle named Mog is friend with the main character Chocobo. Moogles appear as summoned creatures in Final Fantasy VII where a Moogle appears riding a Chocobo, in Final Fantasy VIII with a young Moogle called MiniMog, and in Final Fantasy Tactics.

Moogles make an appearance in the Final Fantasy series in Final Fantasy III and all subsequent numbered installments except Final Fantasy X, in addition to Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, and Final Fantasy: Unlimited. Moogles appear only as stuffed dolls in Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy VII Advent Children and Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-. Moogles make an appearance in the Seiken Densetsu series as a race and/or as a status condition in Final Fantasy Adventure, Secret of Mana, and Seiken Densetsu 3, and are mentioned in Sword of Mana. They make an appearance in the Chocobo series in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon, Chocobo's Dungeon 2, Chocobo Racing, and Chocobo Land: A Game of Dice. They also appear in the three games of the Kingdom Hearts series. Finally, a Moogle appears in Egg Monster Heroes, while one is an unlockable character in Mario Hoops 3-on-3. Moogles have also appeared as characters in some webcomics, such as Ren from Mac Hall. In the webcomic Exploitation Now there is a character named Ralph who is known as "a walking copyright infringement waiting to happen" and appears very similar to a moogle. Also in the Flash-animated series, International Moron Patrol, a moogle named Kulock appears.

Huh? What are talking about? No, we're not studying video games - we're studying moogles; small, flying mammals that resemble bats.

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