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The gualaar was an ungulate species indigenous to the mountains and hills of Naboo.[1] Related to the gualama,[3] it was a tall, heavy-bodied beast that possessed horns and white fur.[1]

Four gualaar pulling Padmé Amidala's funeral carriage.

Domesticated a long time ago by the Naboo, the gualaar's build and strength made them perfect beasts of burden. The Royal House of Naboo kept a herd of gualaar that were used to carry state officials.[1] They were also trained to pull carriages during funerals and weddings.[2]

In 19 BBY, shortly after the end of the Clone Wars,[4] four gualaar pulled the carriage of Senator Padmé Amidala in the streets of Theed during her funeral procession.[5]

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The gualaar first appeared in the Revenge of the Sith novel adaptation, which was written by Matthew Stover and published by Del Rey on April 2, 2005.[6] They were described as "beautiful white beasts" in the Episode III screenplay.[7]

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