But my leafy greens are gone. The jackals must have eaten them.

–Female Hare, The Call of the Drongo

Female Hare is a hare who lives in the Pride Lands. She appears in The Call of the Drongo.


Female Hare bears the typical appearance of a hare in The Lion Guard. She has a grey body and a beige underbelly and muzzle. Her paw pads are a slightly darker beige, and she has a fluffy black and white tail. She has a black nose and brown eyes, which are rimmed with the darker beige color. She also possesses two long ears with pink inner ears and black tips.


Although not seen for very long, Female Hare appears to be very skittish and jumpy, and very frightened of sudden movements. She is quick to run when she believes she might be in danger, regardless of whether or not it turns out to be true.  She trusts the Lion Guard and will approach them gladly.


Fuli's New Family

Female Hare is briefly seen with other hares as they all see Fuli zoom right passed them causing the hares to scatter.

The Call of the Drongo

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Hearing 'Goigoi'

Female Hare is enjoying a meal, when a voice tells her that she looks tasty. She recognises the voice as Goigoi's, and soon bounds away in fear when he says that he's going to eat her. She locates the Lion Guard, along with a jerboa and Muhangus, who have heard the voices of Makuu and Janja themselves. She explains what she heard, and Kion orders the Lion Guard to split up, Fuli and Ono following her back to her patch of land.

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"Well, at least they didn't eat you."

Back where she was eating her food, Ono lands down suddenly right next to her, startling Female Hare. He apologises, but mentions that he was unable to locate Goigoi anywhere from above. Likewise, Fuli is unsuccessful in her endeavours as well. Dejected, the hare notices that her leafy greens have gone and suspects that the jackals have eaten them, which draws suspicion from Ono.

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Hearing 'Janja'

They regroup, and it turns out that nobody found any trace of the predators. They also reveal that the food for each animal has gone. Although Bunga is certain that it was because they scared them off, Kion isn't so sure, and Ono points out that none of them eat greens. Kion asks them if they definitely saw the three animals, to which they admit that they only heard them. The Jerboa quotes Makuu's words, and both Muhangus and the Hare state the same thing was said to them, too. Kion orders Ono to look for the predators, but straight after he does so, he hears what sounds like Janja in the distance. The Female Hare leaps into Muhangus's paws, along with the Jerboa, whilst Kion leads the Lion Guard away.

Beshte and the Hippo Lanes

Female Hare appears when Beshte is creating the Hippo Lanes. Once he finishes letting some animals off his back, Female Hare overhears him, saying that he's going to the other side. She hops on and asks him to drop her off near the bristle bushes.



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