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Yinfurbing Tukakak
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General Information
Origin No Man's Sky
Aliases Tukakak
Classification Fauxumphiatu cokisti
Homeworld Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk
Environment Yinfurbing Moor
Intelligence Non-sapient
Biochemistry Carbon-based lifeform
Discoverer Somarinoa
Biological Information
Reproduction Sexual; lays eggs
Average Height 0.86m
Average Weight 34.13kg
Locomotion Bipedal
Feeding Behavior Oxide elements
Prey Kukamba
Skin Color Tan
Cladogramatical Information
Cultural Information
Alignment True Neutral
Personality Fearful
Organization Solitary
Scientific Taxonomy
Planet Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk
Domain Eukaryota
Kingdom Animalia
Subkingdom Eumetazoa
Infrakingdom Bilateria
Superphylum Deuterostomia
Phylum Chordata
Subphylum Vertebrata
Genus Fauxumphiatu
Species cokisti
Other Information
Status Threatened
First Sighting 3417 (following the Great Thaw
Last Sighting 3417

Yinfurbing Tukakaks (Fauxumphiatu cokisti) are a species of large bipedal herbivores indigenous to the planet Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk. They are named after the Zukabergo Wogakak, a species which they resemble.


The Tukakaks stand slightly upright on a pair of powerful hind legs, balanced out with a long tail. A pair of arms curl in front of the body. The face is adorned with a heavy, strong beak which is flanked by a pair of eyes. Dorsal ridges extend out of its back. The tail ends in a stinger as a means of defense against predators.

Tukakaks are tan in color, with brown markings along the dorsal side and along the legs. The beak is yellow, while the eyes are surrounded by noticeable blue markings. The throat is red, as is the tail; these are believed to be meant as a warning to the dangers of the beak and stinger to any would-be aggressors.


A Tukakak standing in a field of Gusukhope.

Tukakaks might look intimidating, but they are in fact timid creatures which will try and hide from any would-be aggressors in the moor's patches of Gusukhope. If a threat persists, they can try to protect themselves with powerful bites from their beak or a venomous sting that will temporarily paralyze the target. This not only allows the Tukakak time to escape but also can inadvertently lead to the enemy's death due to exposure to the irradiated elements of the planet for too long.

Tukakaks have been known to intermingle with Wogakaks in the Moor; initially this led to some confusion and the two species were thought to be separate yet heavily dimorphic genders. This turned out not to be the case however upon DNA analysis, and instead their similarities stem from convergent evolution.


The Yinfurbing Tukakaks are only known to inhabit the Yinfurbing Moor.