Hyraxes are animals that appear in The Lion King universe.
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Rock hyraxes are known to spend mornings sunbathing, followed by short feeding excursions. They eat quickly, with family members keeping watch for predators. A shriek from the territorial male will alarm the other family members into scuttling for cover. They live in many different types of habitats, including dry savannas, rain forests, and moorlands.
They are very cautious eaters and frequently check the vicinity as they feed. Moisture is often obtained through their food, so hyraxes can go for a long time without water. Tree hyraxes eat fruits and leaves. As their name suggests, they can climb trees.
Hyraxes are small, furry animals. The bottoms of their paws are rubbery, allowing them to scale rocks and trees. Their fur is grayish or yellowish brown, with those that appear in The Lion Guard being either brown, dark brown, or golden. They have a dorsal spot on their backs that is darker in color than their fur.
Appearances in Fanfictions
Here are all the fanfictions that this animal makes an appearance in that are on this wiki. If your fanfiction includes hyraxes, add it to this list.
- The Lion Guard: Saving Sitka
- The Lion Guard: Hope Restored
- The Lion Guard: Hope for the Future
- The Lion Guard: Love Always Finds a Way
- The Lion Guard: Wisdom Of The Ancestors
- The Lion Guard: Questioning The Past
- The Lion Guard: Fatherly Advice
- The Lion Guard: Memories of the Past
- The Lion Guard: Testing Friendships
- The Lion Guard: A Celebration to Remember
- The Lion Guard: Defending The Pridelands
- The Lion Guard: Another Kupatana Celebration
- The Lion Guard: Helping Leaf
- The Lion Guard: Protecting Bracken
- The Dark Roar Rises
- The Dark Roar Returns
Fanon Hyraxes on the Wiki
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