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Movie 3

Horn Eaters

Horn Eaters

Horn Eaters (ツノクイ, Tsuno Kui) are a type of creature featured prominently in the third One Piece movie. They are large herbivorous armadillo-like rhinos that will aggressively attack any horned creature within sight, even if said creature happens to have fake horns, as seen with Luffy (Usopp had him garbed in a ridiculous costume with antlers included). They are used by Battler to herd the various other horned animals on Crown Island in order to chop their horns off.

Messenger Pig

Messenger Pig

A Messenger Pig (伝書ブタ Densho Buta?)[1] is a weird pig living on the Crown Island.

Square Rhinos

Box Rhino

Box Rhinos (ハコサイ Hako Sai?)[2] are animals with a rectangular form and loosely resemble rhinos that live on the Crown Island. When they lie on the ground, it is very easy to mistake them for rocks.

Blue Goat

A Blue Goat (青ヤギ Aoyagi?)[3] is a weird goat living on the Crown Island. It has blue stripes around its neck and torso, and its horns are round.

Mohican Elehpant

A Mohican Elephant (モヒカン・ダ・ゾウ Mohican da Zou?)[4] is a weird elephant living on the Crown Island. As its name suggest, it has a mohican, similar to a horsehair, from its head to its tail. It has two rings for ears, mimicking the ear reamers that can be associated with punks, or people with mohicans.

Lion Hippo

A Lion Hippo (シシカバ Shishi Kaba?)[5] is a weird hippopotamus living on the Crown Island. It has fur on its body, and what resembles a lion's mane.

Movie 5

Hippo Rhino

Hippo Rhino

A Hippo Rhino (カバサイ Kabasai?) is a purple rhino with a hippo's mouth. It can be mistaken for a rock when its head is downwards. It's also a good swimmer as it was able to swim far out to the sea. It fell in love with the Going Merry after it landed on it which made it spit out a fish it was choking on. It decided to swim to the Going Merry and propose to it.[6]

Movie 6


Main article: Rosario

Rosario,a giant red fish

Rosario was the giant pet goldfish owned by Muchigoro. It was a giant red fish with a hard metallic shell. The shell had jewels embedded on the top and on the forehead.

Movie 7

Island Turtle

Main article: Mecha Island

Island Turtle

The Island Turtle (シマガメ Shimagame?), also known as Mecha Island, is a giant turtle that wakes every thousand years to lay its eggs. These eggs are considered extremely valuable due to being made of gold.

Heart of Gold

Water Lizard

Water Lizard

The Water Lizard (水中トカゲ Suichuu Tokage?) is a type of reptile that exist in one of the island swallowed by Bonbori. Two Water Lizards, who are named Elizabeth and Chavez, are adopted by Myskina Olga and her father and now live with them after escaping from Bonbori's stomach. They have the ability to run on water, with up to two people on their back.

Giant Footballfish

Main article: Bonbori

Giant Footballfish

The Giant Footballfish is fish that roams though the New World. The inside of its body is somehow far larger than the outside, having three stomachs big enough to hold an island. It has a powerful desire to eat the rare Pure Gold and it only surfaces when it senses its light in the sea. Consumption of Pure Gold make the bulb on its head shine a bright golden light. One specimen is Bonbori who is known to have eaten two islands, one inhabited by dinosaurs and the island of Alchemi.

One Piece Film: Gold

Lucky Turtle Squad

The Lucky Turtles are small turtles that were enslaved by Gild Tesoro and made to power the various automobiles, known as Turtle Shuttles, on the Gran Tesoro. After the island was sprayed with sea water and Tesoro was defeated, the Lucky Turtles most likely gained their freedom. They are referred to as Rare Muscle Turtles in the FUNimation dubs.

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A Lucky Turtle Chauffeur.
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Lucky Turtles used to power a Turtle Shuttle.

Gigant Turtles

Two Gigant Turtles pulling the Gran Tesoro

The Gigant Turtles (ギガントタートル Giganto Taatoru?) are massive turtles nearly a third the size of the Gran Tesoro (which itself stretches 10 km long) that were tamed and harnessed to the ship. Two of them are attached to the Gran Tesoro, and are tasked with protection of the ship from Sea Kings and sea creatures that would do the ship harm. Furthermore, they both have what appears to be a massive cannon attached to their back. They are referred to as Giant Turtles in the FUNimation dub.

Red-Eyed Owls

Red-Eyed Owls

The Red-eyed Owls (赤目フクロウ Akame Fukurou?) are a species of owls tasked with monitoring a passage way that leads to the Lesoro's Hyper Suite, where a safe containing a fortune lies. The Red-eyed Owls' gaze emits light, and as soon as anything living is caught in their gaze, they will scream and alert security. However, their gazes move at set intervals, so it is possible to avoid the lights, especially if one can understand their speech.

Golden Bat

Golden Bats

A ferocious species of bats that guard the pipeline to the Gran Tesoro's saltwater pump. Although they may prove formidable to normal people, they were instantly defeated when faced against the likes of Luffy and Franky.



The dragon summoned by D.R. in "Monsters".

Oda has mixed the Monsters story into the One Piece main story, making dragons a canonical species within One Piece.

Dragons (ドラゴン Doragon?) are large winged reptiles of great power and ferocity that are capable of breathing fire. One resided in the Wano Country long ago.

The powers and abilities of a dragon are so strong that not only can it destroy a single town (under the control of D.R. and Cyrano with the use of a Dragon Horn) and bring terror to the public, but killing one made the samurai Ryuma a legend, and stories about him are still passed down after generations.

Dragons were first mentioned by Hogback in the One Piece storyline during the Thriller Bark Arc, where he revealed to Zoro the story of Ryuma and his legendary slaying of a dragon long ago which the latter took in with much skepticism.

Dr. Vegapunk was revealed to have created his own artificial dragons to guard Punk Hazard, which appear like Western dragons. He had tried thirteen times to create his own dragons, but each one failed except for Dragon Number Thirteen and a smaller unnamed model. The Straw Hats encountered these two, both of which were incredibly strong, and one possessing great speed as well. However, both were eventually killed by Kin'emon and the Straw Hats.

There are also wingless Eastern dragons introduced during the Punk Hazard Arc. Kaidou is revealed to have eaten the Uo Uo no Mi, Model: Seiryu that allows him to become one, specifically the Azure Dragon. His dragon form is also perfectly capable of simulating flight via "Flame Clouds". However, his fierce personality and destructive abilities are more similar to that of the Western dragons, being capable of breathing fire and destroying large areas. Momonosuke also ate Vegapunk's failed Artificial Devil Fruit, which was meant to duplicate Kaidou's Devil Fruit, allowing him to turn into a small pink Chinese dragon.

There are also two anime exclusive dragon species, the Sennenryu and the Seahorse Dragon.

Romance Dawn V.2


Balloon, a Roc.

Rocs (怪鳥ルク Ruku?, literally meaning "Monster Bird") are giant panda-like birds. Balloon is the last of his kind. Spiel wanted Balloon for the magical blood Rocs possess.

Shokugeki no Sanji

Tomahawk Spiny Lobster

Tomahawk Spiny Lobster

The Tomahawk Spiny Lobster (トマホーク・伊勢ロブスター Tomahōku Ise Robusutā?) is a very rare, gigantic lobster most likely from the East Blue based on it being listed in “East Blue Ingredients Encyclopedia”.

It is able to live in fresh and saltwater habitats. Instead of pincers on its arms, it has boast razor-sharp blades in the shape of axes. It hides in rivermouth slit deposits and uses its blades to hunt fish passing by. Its incredibly tough upper shell has been used as wartime armor and in pre-war victory rituals. In cooking, it is a very difficult ingredient to prepare that even first-rated chefs from top-class restaurants would struggle with this ingredient.

Draconic Super-Fillet Salmon

Draconic Super-Fillet Salmon

The Draconic Super-Fillet Salmon (ドラゴニック・超フィレサーモン Doragonikku Chō-Fire Sāmon?), also called the "Dragon Salmon" (龍鮭 Ryūjake?), is a species of salmon with a long sinuous body that brings to mind the imaginary dragon. They only gather during mating season, swimming in schools of hundreds. Their flesh is considered more tender and delicious than beef tenderloin and is thought to bring good luck to those who eat it.

Its stomach is its most tender part and is particularly sensitive to a blade; opening it up successfully requires a perfectly straight singular cut that cannot be even a millimeter off. The slightest hesitation or waver will trigger its defense mechanism, causing it to pop like a balloon and explode all of its delicious flesh into useless scraps. Sanji failed to cook it using his own kitchen knives. He succeeded by using one of Zoro's swords, which had the length, sharpness, and sturdiness he needed.


Balloon Bird

For the Roku, see Balloon.

The Balloon Bird (気球鳥 Kikyū Tori?) is a kind of bird that falls from a Sky Island down to Resorto. Its meat is delicious but expands when eaten, meaning that most people only need to eat one piece to become full. Eating too much of the meat can be dangerous, as it continues to expand in the stomach, and medical intervention is required to remedy overconsumption.[7]

Tokyo One Piece Tower

Tongari Ton

A Tongari Ton.

The Tongari Ton is a pig that lives on Tongari Island. It has rosy cheeks and a striped, square horn, and it is said to be very tasty when eaten. It is described as a "rare phantom beast," and it can only be caught if someone deciphers an ancient riddle to find its nest.[8]

One Piece episode A


The island bird.

During the comic adaptation of One Piece novel A, a flock of giant monstrous birds is seen. They are light colored, and have long striped necks with a very large and jagged beak, sharp five talons feet, and wide wing span. They are predators, feeding on what ever there is on the island, including those who are deserted there, and discarded treasures. They live in large caves, and are shown to be able to hang upside down from their celling, and hide well in the darkness.[9]






Town Musicians of Bremen

A group of animals similar to the Town Musicians of Bremen appear with the Straw Hat Pirates on Cover Pages.


  1. Name revealed on the One Piece Animation Logbook, p. 135.
  2. Name revealed on the One Piece Animation Logbook, p. 135.
  3. Name revealed on the One Piece Animation Logbook, p. 135.
  4. Name revealed on the One Piece Animation Logbook, p. 135.
  5. Name revealed on the One Piece Animation Logbook, p. 135.
  6. One Piece Movie — The Cursed Holy Sword.
  7. Balloon Bird is detailed.
  8. Tongari Ton is detailed.
  9. One Piece episode A

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