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Gunni- Australian cryptid: a big wombat-like creature that had antlers. Three supposed specimens were found but they are thought to be hoaxes.

Gunni- Australian cryptid: a big wombat-like creature that had antlers. Three supposed specimens were found but they are thought to be hoaxes.

Whowie- Australian folklore: a giant six legged lizard that lived in a cave near a popular river. He would go to villages at night and eat 6-7 people each night. Eventually, the tribe decided to slay the beast. They started a fire at the entrance of its cave. The beast came out bured and coughing, and thats when the villagers attacked it and killed it.

The salamander is often seen as a fire elemental,being able to create fire and to put it out.

Wolpertinger- Bavarian folklore: a strange chimerical creature said to inhabit the alpine forests of Germany. Its said to have the body of a rabbit, wings, antlers, and fangs.

Wolpertinger- Bavarian folklore: a strange chimerical creature said to inhabit the alpine forests of Germany. Its said to have the body of a rabbit, wings, antlers, and fangs.

Wondjina- Australian myth: rain and cloud spirits. they influenced the landscapes and inhabitants during the dreamtime or rain season. when they died, they painted their images on cave walls and then entered a nearby waterhole.

Wandjina- Australian myth: rain and cloud spirits. they influenced the landscapes and inhabitants during the dreamtime or rain season. when they died, they painted their images on cave walls and then entered a nearby waterhole.

Mimi- Australian folklore: tall and thin fairy-like spirits that taught humans how to use fire, how to cook kangaroos, and how to paint. They live in rock crevices to hide from the wind. They must be approached a certain way to not offend them.

Mimi- Australian folklore: tall and thin fairy-like spirits that taught humans how to use fire, how to cook kangaroos, and how to paint. They live in rock crevices to hide from the wind. They must be approached a certain way to not offend them.

Pigman of Brae Bridge- American cryptid: a pig-like or chimeric creature of Denton, Texas. He likes to throw rocks, grunt, and scare young lovers making out in a popular make-out spot. He was either a guy who got bitten by a rabid hog and turned into a monster, or was a guy who was left deformed by the gang of Texas cowboys who cut his nose off and carved his mouth.

The PigMan of Hog Valley in Denton Texas is sometimes confused with our local Goatman's Bridge legend, story at link.

Porcodile Monster from Guild Wars Nightfall

Porcodile concept -Dragon Gator : a large bulky alligator walk on will lie down and blend in with the ground. 3 ft tall and 11 feet long

Kawekaweau- Maori folklore: a giant, mysterious, forest gecko. A specimen was found stuffed in the basement of a museum that locals claim to be the gecko from the legend. It had been named  Delcourt’s giant gecko (Hoplodactylus delcourti) and it has been classified as extinct.

Kawekaweau- Maori folklore: a giant, mysterious, forest gecko. A specimen was found stuffed in the basement of a museum that locals claim to be the gecko from the legend. It had been named Delcourt’s giant gecko (Hoplodactylus delcourti) and it has been classified as extinct.

Mbielu-Mbielu (Aberration/Beast)(Large) – Behaving much like Hippopotamus in the real world, the herbivorous Mbielu-Mbielu aren’t much of a problem when left alone eating moss and water flora in their swampy environments. But when you come to close to one of these rather well camouflaged beasts they will savagely attack you. Algae love Mbielu-Mbielu and grow on their giant teeth and bodies, helping them to blend into the environment. (African)

Mbielu-Mbielu (Aberration/Beast)(Large) – Behaving much like Hippopotamus in the real world, the herbivorous Mbielu-Mbielu aren’t much of a problem when left alone eating moss and water flora in their swampy environments. But when you come to close to one of these rather well camouflaged beasts they will savagely attack you. Algae love Mbielu-Mbielu and grow on their giant teeth and bodies, helping them to blend into the environment. (African)

The Partridge Creek Beast is said to be a living Ceratosaurus seen in the Partridge Creek area of Yukon Territory, Canada. This creature terrorized local moose and caribou herds with its powerful, muscular build and ferocious mouth, but did not significantly change the populations. This creature is said to be 50 feet long, be 40 tons in weight, solid black in color, be bipedal, have boar-like bristly hair, sharp teeth, and a single horn on its snout. It was said to roar loudly and have an...

Partridge Creek Beast

Partridge Creek Monster - First seen during 1927 in Alaska, these large dinosaurs are covered in a thick layer of dark fur or feathers which they use to insulate themselves in their cold environment.

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