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See also the associated category: Animal Species.

This page lists all animal species encountered in the East Blue Saga.

East BlueEdit

Island of Rare AnimalsEdit

Island of Rare Animals Infobox

Island of Rare Animals.

As the name says, this island is inhabited by many rare animals most of which are hybrids of two or more normal animals.

The animals inhabiting the island include:

Big BirdEdit

BigBird

Big Bird with his chicks.

Big Bird is an inhabitant of Big Bird Island. He[citation needed] tried to eat Buggy in order to get revenge on him for trying to eat one of his chicks, but Buggy did not taste good, so he spat him out. He[citation needed] first appeared in Chapter 39 and Episode 46.

Big Bird's Son is a little bird which Buggy tried to eat, but failed. He is the son of Big Bird. He first appeared in Chapter 37 and Episode 46.

South BlueEdit

Blue-Finned Elephant TunaEdit

Blue-Finned Elephant Tuna Infobox

An Elephant Tuna.

A Blue-Finned Elephant Tuna (エレファント・ホンマグロ Erefanto Honmaguro?, Elephant True Bluefin in the Viz Manga and Titanic Tuna in the 4Kids dub) is a fish that comes from the South Blue and has elephant-like features. It is classified as type "A" creatures "Big Friendly".[1] The first one appeared in Chapter 98 and Episode 51, in which Sanji bought/won from Loguetown.

In the original manga, Sanji bought one, while in the anime, Sanji competed in a contest against another cook, Carmen and won it. Once the Straw Hat Pirates reached Twin Capes Lighthouse and settled down, Sanji prepared the fish into an elaborate meal for everyone while they were speaking with Crocus in Twin Cape. Usopp and Sanji were paying attention to Nami and Crocus's conversation while, unbeknown to them, Monkey D. Luffy ate up the rest of the fish, including the bones.

Another one has appeared in the Thriller Bark, when Oars, powered by Luffy's shadow demands food to satisfying his hunger, a large bundle of food was provided, including an elephant tuna. While feeding Oars, the zombies realized that it was a salted fish that could kill Oars if he ate it. The zombies got rid of it at the last second.

Another one has made its appearance around Little East Blue, where it was fished up by Luffy, Usopp, and Brook, but was carried off and eaten by a gigantic beetle called Boss.

Grand LineEdit

Sea CowEdit

Main article: Sea Beast#Sea Cow


Non-Canon AnimalsEdit

SennenryuEdit

A Sennenryu (千年竜 Sen'nen-ryū?, literally meaning "Thousand Year Dragon" or "Millennium Dragon", known as a Millennial Dragon in the FUNimation dub) comes from Warship Island's mostly submerged Dragon's Nest.

Every 1000 years, they return to the nest to give birth and die. Their bones, when extracted to create an elixir, can grant eternal youth, which is what Nelson Royale and Eric desired. The only named one is Ryu, though a huge group did gather during the Dragon's Nest's rising. They only appear in the anime on the Warship Island Arc, and first appeared in Episode 55, but are also referenced in the Ocean's Dream arc.

Baby ryu
A hatchling Sennenryu with an adult.
Ryu Anime Infobox
Ryu, an ancient Sennenryu.

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Animal Species
Four Blues
East Blue: Pinky
South Blue: Blue-Finned Elephant Tuna  •  Super Sparrow
West Blue: Island Whales (Laboon)
Grand Line
General: Royal Squid  •  Sea Monkey  •  Sea Cow (Mohmoo)  •  Giant Seaturtle  •  Sea Rabbit  •  Kappa Whale
Island Specific: Dinosaurs  •  Kestia  •  Goldfish (Island Eater))  •  Giant Dolphin  •  Hiking Bear  •  Lapahn  •  Reindeer (Tony Tony Chopper)  •  White Walkie (Robson)  •  Snow Birds  •  Camel (Eyelashes)  •  Bananawani  •  Moving Crab (Scissors)  •  Banchi  •  Super Spot-Billed Duck (Carue)  •  Kung-Fu Dugongs  •  Sandora Catfish  •  Sandora Lizard  •  Giant Sandora Lizard  •  Sea Cat  •  Super Spot-Billed Duck  •  Warusagi Birds  •  Desert Strawberry  •  Giant Gecko  •  South Bird  •  Sumo Frog (Yokozuna)  •  Yagara Bulls  •  Rabuka Bulls  •  King Bulls  •  Humandrills
White Seas: Sky Fish  •  Sky Shark  •  Sky Eel  •  South Bird  •  Cloud Wolf  •  Giant Python (Kashigami and Nola)  •  Speedy Shrimp  •  Super-Express Speedy Shrimp  •  Fuza  •  Octopus Balloon
Global and Other Animals
Sea Kings: Lord of the Coast  •  Master of the Waters
Den Den Mushi: Regular Den Den Mushi  •  Baby Den Den Mushi  •  Black Den Den Mushi  •  Golden Den Den Mushi  •  Silver Den Den Mushi  •  Surveillance Den Den Mushi  •  Visual Den Den Mushi
Calm Belt: Snake Weapon (Salome)  •  Yuda  •  Blue Gorillas  •  Puzzle Scorpion  •  Manticores  •  Basilisk  •  Sphinx  •  Wolf Unit
Unknown Origin: Dragon  •  Panda Shark  •  Hattori  •  Flying Fish  •  Surume  •  Sea Lion  •  Monstar
Merveille: Scarlet  •  Fat Lion  •  Land Gator  •  Mori Dako  •  Don Kamakiriri  •  Terror Guma  •  Guntai Ari  •  Baku Zame  •  Screen Buffalo  •  Billy  •  Shimatori  •  Zarley Davidson  •  Black Brothers  •  Boxer Penguin  •  Big Tree  •  Tsujigiri Itachi  •  Kung-Fu Dot  •  Batta GT-7000  •  Hippo Iron  •  Monkey Trooper  •  Boss  •  Agehaguera  •  Batch Fly  •  Cowball  •  Del Kong  •  Erimakitokageps  •  Ettousaurus  •  Groggysaurus  •  Hammer Isoginchaku  •  Ikahula  •  Jura Chou  •  Kaen Kabuto  •  Kill Rabi  •  King Umi Mukade  •  Kubinagaryuu  •  Mammoth Dense  •  Maou Game  •  Meteor Ibex  •  Miyama Emperor  •  Shogun Jishi  •  Spider Tank  •  Toramata  •  Oh Imomushi  •  Dasoku  •  Giragon  •  Seiuchi Mountain  •  Golden Bat
Non-Canon: Giant Gecko  •  Kirin Lion  •  Bald Parrot  •  Karasuke  •  Horn Eaters  •  Trumpet Pig  •  Square Rhinos  •  Sea Raccoon  •  Rosario  •  Mecha Island  •  Bolt

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