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Churpu are small, brown birds with red bellies and wings. On their bellies and wings are light blue patterns that resemble snow. It's beak is the same light blue as the patterns and it's feet are the same red as it's bellies and wings.
Churpu are most often seen in midwinter. Despite being most active on cold days, they stay at a normal body temperature due to their blood (and heart) being extremely warm. The light blue patterns on their wings and chest have formed due to evolution so they can blend in with snow. They are sometimes put onto christmas cards.
Churpu's name comes from the two words Churp and Chāpu.
- Churp - A corruption of Chirp.
- Chāpu - Japanese for Chirp.
Churpu may be based on robins, a species of bird that are often associated with christmas and winter.
Churpu has no other natural variations that are currently known.
Churpu has no other gender variations that are currently known.
Churpu has no other alterable forms that are currently known.
Churpu has a rare variation based on colours. It's chest and wings are now pink and blue instead of red and blue.