For the most part, Mmnungdu are light-colored, since they live in an arctic environment. However, there are dark-colored individuals, and most Mmnungdu has some sort of marking or pattern.
Markings are generally pretty even as far as distribution, although they tend to be more common and more distinct in Mmnungdu born during warmer weather.
-Hip Stripes- Striping appears on the hips.
-Stripes- Stripes occur all over the body.
-Spots- Spots occur all over the body.
-Bands- thin bands appear all over, but are mainly focused around the torso.
-Tummy- The ventral side of the individual is colored.
Mutations among the Mmnungdu are fairly common, with over half of the population showing mutations at any one time. Due to the lack of an actual census, mutations are instead ranked by rarity rather than percentages.
-Dark markings on a light-colored body.