In addition to its green and white colouration, it has a large beard and a taller hair spike than the normal Congalala. It can also produce greater amounts of gas.
When the Emerald Congalala eats the object that its tail is holding it can breathe out a variety of dangerous stomach fluids. If it consumes a mushroom, depending on what kind, the breath will cause either Poison, Sleep, Paralysis or even become flames. If something else is eaten, the breath will have the same effect as the farts.
The Emerald Congalala are very curious of its surroundings, but also more aggressive and less social than normal Congalala. They are rarely seen with young Congas.
A Congalala variant with green fur and a more prominent crest. Even more ravenous than ordinary Congalalas, they can store a greater amount of gas in their body, which means that they can produce a wider-reaching flatulence when threatened or provoked.
Threat Level (危険度): ★★★★
Its melee attacks are the same as the normal Congalala, although it has different elemental weaknesses and strengths. It is weak to Ice, takes no damage from Dragon, is resistant to Fire, and indifferent to Thunder and Water.
When in rage mode, most of its attacks are accompanied by farting, making it harder for hunters to attack safely.
The Emerald Congalala will eat any meat that players place in its zone, even stopping to eat while being attacked.
Its weakness is its tail for Cutting Weapons, and its Head for Impact Weapons.
When in a Pitfall Trap watch out when the Emerald Congalala stops writhing about. Non raged it emits a small fart but when enraged it releases a mega fart that, if hit by, can seriously reduce the effectiveness of the Pitfall Trap.
When low stamina it will fail to do its breath attacks and will take longer to do its fart attacks.
To regain lost stamina it will feed on mushrooms.
It can now cause Blastblight due to eating specialized mushrooms.
It also has 3 new attacks: it breathes out fart gas, can hurl 3 chunks of dung with its tail and it can unleash a massive fart that can be very hard to dodge and sends hunters flying into the air. The second attack is aimed depending on the player's location, so even if one were to be near or behind the Congalala, there is still a chance of being hit.