Gualamas were beautiful, herbivorous ungulates indigenous to the grassy plains of Naboo, also found on the moon Rori.

Biology and appearanceEdit

They were similar to the gualaar and guarlara species, but smaller and less stocky. They dwelt in small herds of about 25 individuals.

The gualama's head boasted two forward-curving horns. The long, furry tail was flaglike in shape, and could be used to communicate amongst individuals over long distances.

Naboo monarchs kept a gualama herd. Gualamas were often ridden on twirrling expeditions. White and dappled varieties of gualamas existed.



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