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Taniwha- Maori myth: a huge creature that guards deep pools, caves, or seas. They can look like huge geckos, tuatara, sharks, whales, or a combination of all of those. They are very aggressive and dangerous.

Taniwha- Maori myth: a huge creature that guards deep pools, caves, or seas. They can look like huge geckos, tuatara, sharks, whales, or a combination of all of those. They are very aggressive and dangerous.

Bicorn- European legend: a unicorn with two horns. It ate good and righteous husbands. It was fat and plump because of the abundance of good husbands.

Bicorn- European legend: a unicorn with two horns. It ate good and righteous husbands. It was fat and plump because of the abundance of good husbands.

Kampe- Greek myth: a loyal servant to Kronos the king titan she helped him escape Tartarus; consequently she was killed by zeus. She had the upper body of a woman and the lower body of a dragon. The had a bubbling mass around her waist that was constantly morphing into different heads of beasts. Like wolves, lions and bears.

Kampe- Greek myth: a loyal servant to Kronos the king titan she helped him escape Tartarus; consequently she was killed by zeus. She had the upper body of a woman and the lower body of a dragon. The had a bubbling mass around her waist that was constantly morphing into different heads of beasts. Like wolves, lions and bears.

ichneumon_sketch_by_katepfeilschiefter-d50wqz1.jpg (900×659) A small brownish-coloured slender-bodied carnivorous quadruped, Herpestes (formerly Viverra) ichneumon, closely allied to the mongoose, and resembling the weasel tribe in form and habits. It is found in Egypt, where it feeds on small mammals and reptiles, but is especially noted for destroying the eggs of the crocodile, on which account it was held in veneration by the ancient Egyptians.

ichneumon_sketch_by_katepfeilschiefter-d50wqz1.jpg (900×659) A small brownish-coloured slender-bodied carnivorous quadruped, Herpestes (formerly Viverra) ichneumon, closely allied to the mongoose, and resembling the weasel tribe in form and habits. It is found in Egypt, where it feeds on small mammals and reptiles, but is especially noted for destroying the eggs of the crocodile, on which account it was held in veneration by the ancient Egyptians.

The mapinguari:  is a legendary cryptid said to resemble an ape–like creature with red fur living in the Amazon rainforests of Brazil and Bolivia, According to native folklore the creature has a series of unnatural characteristics related to other fantastic beings of Brazilian mythology. These include the creature only having one eye, long claws, caiman skin, backward feet and a second mouth on its belly. In more recent alleged eyewitness accounts it has consistently been described as…

The mapinguari: is a legendary cryptid said to resemble an ape–like creature with red fur living in the Amazon rainforests of Brazil and Bolivia, According to native folklore the creature has a series of unnatural characteristics related to other fantastic beings of Brazilian mythology. These include the creature only having one eye, long claws, caiman skin, backward feet and a second mouth on its belly. In more recent alleged eyewitness accounts it has consistently been described as…

Trenti- Cantabrian myth: an imp/goblin-like creature that lives deep in the forest. it resembles a mushroom, is covered in moss, has a black face and green eyes. it loves to jump out of bushes to scare travelers and pull down women's skirts.

Trenti- Cantabrian myth: an imp/goblin-like creature that lives deep in the forest. it resembles a mushroom, is covered in moss, has a black face and green eyes. it loves to jump out of bushes to scare travelers and pull down women's skirts.

Yeitso (Native American) - Demonical giants that are covered in pangolin-scales, they use these scales as throwing knives and even as sword-like weapons.

Yeitso (Native American) - Demonical giants that are covered in pangolin-scales, they use these scales as throwing knives and even as sword-like weapons.

Awahondo (Native American) - Assassin Bug monsters the size of cats, they are very dangerous in big groups. They are vampiric and eat the blood of other creatures, their bite is very painful.

Awahondo (Native American) - Assassin Bug monsters the size of cats, they are very dangerous in big groups. They are vampiric and eat the blood of other creatures, their bite is very painful.

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