- Order: Artiodactyla
- Family: Moofah
Moofah are known to inhabit the Deserted Island and some mountainous areas.
Moofah are low in the food chain, often being eaten by predators such as Malfestio. Moofah feed on grasses and other plants in an area.
Moofah have two pairs of horns on their head. These horns differ from males and females. The hair of Moofah is used to keep them warm. This wool is commonly used in clothing. The Moofah's milk is prized for its taste and nutritional value, and is also used to produce fine cheeses.
Moofah are timid in nature until provoked.