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  • Akela
  • Akela
  • Akela
  • Akela
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  • Akela is the leader of the wolf pack from the 1967 Disney film The Jungle Book. He also appears in the TV series Jungle Cubs as Leah's mate.
  • thumb|200px|Akela. Akela es un lobo de la película The Jungle Book.
  • -Akela Akela is de leider van een roedel wolven in Jungle Boek (1967). Akela verschijnt ook in Jungle welpen (tv-serie), waar we te weten komen, dat hij de partner is van Leah.
  • Akela (occasionally called The Lone Wolf or Big Wolf) was an Wolf, chief of the Seeonee wolf pack and presided over the pack's council meetings. It is at such a meeting that the pack adopts the human cub Mowgli as one of its own and Akela became one of Mowgli's mentors. Akela means "alone" in Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi. Nine or ten years after Mowgli's adoption, his enemy Shere Khan the tiger, with the aid of some young wolves he had persuaded to support him, planned to depose Akela so that he would no longer be able to defend Mowgli. A wolf who became too old to hunt was traditionally driven out or killed by his pack. Akela was far from decrepit, but the young wolves deliberately drove a young, healthy buck deer toward him knowing that he would not be able to catch it. When the council met
  • Akela (occasionally called The Lone Wolf or Big Wolf) was a Wolf, chief of the Seeonee wolf pack and presided over the pack's council meetings. It is at such a meeting that the pack adopts the human cub Mowgli as one of its own and Akela became one of Mowgli's mentors. Akela means "alone" in Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi. Nine or ten years after Mowgli's adoption, his enemy, Shere Khan, the tiger, with the aid of some young wolves he had persuaded to support him, planned to depose Akela so that he would no longer be able to defend Mowgli. A wolf who became too old to hunt was traditionally driven out or killed by his pack. Akela was far from decrepit but, the young wolves deliberately drove a young, healthy buck deer toward him knowing that he would not be able to catch it. When the council met
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Alignment
  • Good
Goal
  • To lead the pack and ensure Mowgli is safe
  • To run off with Leah and help her raise a family
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  • Akela
Dislikes
  • Shere Khan
Row 2 info
  • Mowgli's Brothers
Row 1 title
  • Real Name
Row 2 title
  • First Appearance
minions
  • Wolf pack
Row 3 info
  • Rudyard Kipling
Row 3 title
  • Created by
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Inspiration
  • Akela from Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book
Box Title
  • Akela
Voice
Origin
  • The Seeonee hills
Likes
  • Protecting Mowgli
Appearance
  • Slender Indian wolf
Name
  • Akela
Personality
  • Elderly, wise, protective, loving, caring, fatherly, understanding, kind-hearted, worrisome, belligerent at times
Caption
  • The Lone wolf
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Shows
  • Jungle Cubs
Character Name
  • Akela
Species
  • Wolf
Weapons
  • Teeth, claws
Enemies
Color
  • background:green
Powers
  • Strength, speed, howls
Home
Occupation
  • Leader of the wolf pack
Family
Books
Films
Friends
Gender
  • Male
Quote
  • "Shere Khan will surely kill the boy and all who try to protect him."
Death
  • Killed by a jackal
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  • Akela is the leader of the wolf pack from the 1967 Disney film The Jungle Book. He also appears in the TV series Jungle Cubs as Leah's mate.
  • Akela (occasionally called The Lone Wolf or Big Wolf) was a Wolf, chief of the Seeonee wolf pack and presided over the pack's council meetings. It is at such a meeting that the pack adopts the human cub Mowgli as one of its own and Akela became one of Mowgli's mentors. Akela means "alone" in Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi. Nine or ten years after Mowgli's adoption, his enemy, Shere Khan, the tiger, with the aid of some young wolves he had persuaded to support him, planned to depose Akela so that he would no longer be able to defend Mowgli. A wolf who became too old to hunt was traditionally driven out or killed by his pack. Akela was far from decrepit but, the young wolves deliberately drove a young, healthy buck deer toward him knowing that he would not be able to catch it. When the council met to depose Akela, Mowgli defended him with a blazing branch and drove Shere Khan and his allies away. After Shere Khan's departure, the remaining wolves begged Akela to stay but, he refused to remain pack leader and decided to hunt alone. Phao became the new pack leader, Mowgli returned to humanity, at least for a time, and Akela hunted alone. During this period, Akela helped Mowgli to kill Shere Khan with the aid of the human village's water buffalo herd. Some years later, when Mowgli had been rejected by humanity and the pack was threatened with extinction by a rampaging pack of dhole, Akela joined the battle and fought to the death, finally dying in Mowgli's company. Akela's death was a major factor in Mowgli's decision to finally return to human society at the age of 17.
  • Akela (occasionally called The Lone Wolf or Big Wolf) was an Wolf, chief of the Seeonee wolf pack and presided over the pack's council meetings. It is at such a meeting that the pack adopts the human cub Mowgli as one of its own and Akela became one of Mowgli's mentors. Akela means "alone" in Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi. Nine or ten years after Mowgli's adoption, his enemy Shere Khan the tiger, with the aid of some young wolves he had persuaded to support him, planned to depose Akela so that he would no longer be able to defend Mowgli. A wolf who became too old to hunt was traditionally driven out or killed by his pack. Akela was far from decrepit, but the young wolves deliberately drove a young, healthy buck deer toward him knowing that he would not be able to catch it. When the council met to depose Akela, Mowgli defended him with a blazing branch and drove Shere Khan and his allies away. After Shere Khan's departure the remaining wolves begged Akela to stay, but he refused to remain pack leader and decided to hunt alone. Phao became the new pack leader, Mowgli returned to humanity, at least for a time, and Akela hunted alone. During this period Akela helped Mowgli to kill Shere Khan with the aid of the human village's water buffalo herd. Some years later, when Mowgli had been rejected by humanity and the pack was threatened with extinction by a rampaging pack of dhole Akela joined the battle and fought to the death, finally dying in Mowgli's company. Akela's death was a major factor in Mowgli's decision to finally return to human society at the age of 17.
  • thumb|200px|Akela. Akela es un lobo de la película The Jungle Book.
  • -Akela Akela is de leider van een roedel wolven in Jungle Boek (1967). Akela verschijnt ook in Jungle welpen (tv-serie), waar we te weten komen, dat hij de partner is van Leah.
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