|Reproduction||Sexual; give live birth|
|Related Species||Dropbear, Koala, Komala|
|Species||K. mamo (Somarinoa, 2016)|
Kilwalas are a species of sapient, terrestrial, aggressive Koalas originally indigenous to both the Mystic Mountains and the Forest Maze of the supercontinent of Pangaea, though a relict population continued to survive in the Denadoro Mountains until some time between 1000 and 1999 AD. As time went on they became less and less aggressive, but either because of or despite, their species went extinct.
They seem to have some sort of fascination with Petals.
Unlike typical koalas, Kilwalas have a bulkier, or at least fluffier, body. Their ears have developed into a pointed shape instead of the rounded ears found on their contemporaries. Covered in white fur, these creatures are far more active than other known koala types and move quickly. They also do not possess the typical diprotodont nose-stylization.
The differences between Kilwalas and other Koalas likely is due to their basal nature, having been in existence at the destruction of the dinosaurs by Lavos.
Outside of time within the End of Time, the advanced Nu named Spekkio took the form of a Kilwala for a short time.