|Home world:||Earth (Cosmo Space Universe)|
|First Appearance:||Ultraman Cosmos episode 49 "Snow of Space"|
|Weight:||57 000 t|
|Affiliation:||Snow Stars (offsprings)|
Alukela (アルケラ Arukira) is a monster from episode 49 of Ultraman Cosmos.
- Alukela: Shellfish monster (甲殻怪獣 Kōkaku kaijū)
- Snow Stars: Mysterious group beast (神秘群獣 Shinpi-gun-jū)
One day, Alukela arise from Earth and wandered off. As Team EYES about to take an action, they realise that the monster is actually dying as her energy getting weakened. JADF leaves this to Team EYES as they slowly watch Alukela dying until night. Although the monster's lifespan ended but somehow, it reignites and approaching the city. Musashi transforms into Cosmos and tries to stop the monster. As it fights the Ultra, suddenly, it weakenes slowly again and truly dies, giving birth to Snow Stars as they peacefully witnessed this.
- Alukela is somehow similar to sea octopus in that they both dies when their offsprings are born.
- Alukela suit was modified from Wanzetto, later into Bugbuzun Brood, and finally the Alien Markind suit from Ultraseven X.
- Height: 47 m
- Weight: 57 000 t
- Origin: R2 forest area zone
- Powers and Weapons
- Burrowing: Alukela can burrow underground in a moderate speed.
- Energy Blast: Alukela can fire missile-strength blasts of energy from her mouth.
- Claws: Alukela can use her claws in close combats.
Alukela's strength will gradually weakened when the time to gave birth to Snow Stars had reached.
Small gregarious organisms in space, Snow Stars (スノースター Sunōsutā) were designated as a protected beneficial organisms to the defense forces since they can eat radioactive wastes. In according to some myths by certain astronauts, anyone whom wishes at them will have their wish come true.
- Height: 80 cm
- Weight: 3 kg
- Origin: Alukela birth
- Powers and Weapons
- Flight: Snow Stars can fly easily via anti gravity.
- Radioactive Waste Consumption: Snow Stars are known for their appetite in radioactive wastes making them selected as a protected beneficial organisms.