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|Some of the names in this Article use an unofficial English translation of its official Japanese Name.|
The name is obtained either by using Japanese translating programs or through previous existing English equivalent terms in the game. The names will be used as quick references around other articles in the Monster Hunter Wiki until Capcom reveals the official English names for them.
Burukku are large bovines recognized by their thick, woolly fur and sharp, curved horns.
These creatures thrive in the mountainous Highland region where they graze on multiple grasses. While most herbivores tend to migrate, Burukku stay in the Highland all year round.
Burukku are Herbivores that feed on multiple grasses, weeds, tubers, and fruits that are indigenous to the Highland region. They're also preyed upon by large predators such as Kuarusepusu, Pariapuria, Dyuragaua, along with Doragyurosu. In order to defend themselves from these predators, Burukku form large, tight-knit herds that can, on occasion, drive away their predators by charging all at once with their curved, sharp horns at the ready.
Despite the appearance of their horns, they are quite soft. This means the horns can't really do serious damage. Though the horns are soft, Burukku are able to charge at high speeds at foes, sending them flying. A Burukku's fur is stiff and retains heat.
Burukku are known to be somewhat temperamental herbivores that prefer a wide berth. Though mostly peaceful, if they are attacked by humans, Burukku are known to never retreat and continue to ram there attackers relentlessly. This behavior is even seen from the young who follow there parents. Burukku are known to actively follow Gurenzeburu for protection and even go as far as defend Gurenzeburu from attackers.