Hasira as depicted by Aspi-Galou.
|Name meaning||Swahili for "Rage"|
|Species||African leopard (Panthera pardus pardus), melanistic variant|
|Current residence||Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania|
|Fate||Unknown, assumed deceased (wounds from past fights)|
|First appearance||Does not appear in Africa|
Giza (daughter), unnamed cubs
Kalahari, Kenya, Okavango (grandsons),
Botswana, Namibia, Africa (granddaughters)
Mosi, Binti (great-grandchildren)
Hasira was a rough-looking, bulky, melanistic African leopard living in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania. He was Sahara's mate, Giza's father and Africa's maternal grandfather. This character was created by Aspi-Galou. Although not directly appearing in Africa, a design for him has been created by the original artist.
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|Leopards||Africa • Giza • Chui • Sahara • Mosi• Binti• Botswana • Kalahari • Kenya • Namibia • Okavango|
|Gazelles||Nadira • Paa • Pembe|
|Zebras||Abasi • Kafil • Hazina|
|Fan characters||Tumaini • Tofauti • Jua • Simulizi • Zito • Hasira • Chuki • Kwanza|