Tunu and Wema are young hyenas that appear in The Lion Guard, They make their debut in "Lions of the Outlands", and are members of Jasiri's Clan.
Due to the situation concerning the watering hole, Tunu and Wema are observed to be very shy and timid hyena cubs, who are afraid of all lions from both the Outlands and Pride Lands, even after Kion exerts kindness and warmth towards them.
The young hyenas are engaged in a playful staredown with Madoa. Soon, Madoa catches sight of her sister, Jasiri walking towards them with Kion. Although Madoa greets Kion politely, Tunu and Wema hide behind a behind a nearby stone. After Kion eventually notices them, he tries to greet them and gently coax them out, but they back down in fear. Madoa reveals that all they have ever known are bad lions, hence the apprehension. She then explains the need for their watering hole to be returned to the young ones in particular.
After Kion defeats Zira, and returns the watering hole back to Jasiri's Clan, Tunu and Wema are once again playing together. When Wema notices Kion she runs over to him, with Tunu following her. Noticing the two youngsters, Kion tries once again to kindly reach out to them, believing them to be unafraid of him now. But after taking a swift glance towards each other, the pair once again hide behind a nearby rock. Jasiri tells Kion to take it as a compliment, because he really is fierce after all.
They are currently the only young hyena cubs to appear in The Lion King franchise.
Although they have no dialogue outside of yelps and barks and despite their names not being mentioned at any point during the episode, both their name and voice actors are listed in the credits for the episode.