Koyukkuri: 1 month old
The feet have grown and they can move by jumping. But because their skin is still thin, they're easily injured.Within 2-3 weeks after birth, a baby yukkuri will grow into koyukkuri. Then in 2-3 months they will grow to adult and move out from their parents to live on their own.
During the koyukkuri period, their parents will teach them their special skills such as hunting or singing. But actually yukkuri's best learning period is during the baby yukkuri stage when their paste core hasn't settled yet, so the important parts are thrown away with their poo poo.
So if you are buying a yukkuri, make sure to teach them since they're baby or buy badged yukkuri from pet shop or breeders.
It's said that a Yukkuri's average life expectancy is around 1-3 years. But pet yukkuri can live up to 5-10 years. If properly maintained, there's also individuals who can live up to 20 years.Adult Yukkuri: 3 months old
The skin has grown thicker and now with their feet they can hunt in further places. But they're still weak against sharp objects, fire and water.Baby Yukkuri: 1 day old.
Their feet have not fixed yet so they can't jump. Instead they move by crawling slowly. Actually, it's faster if they just roll around.Yukkuri's growth