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Mapinguari- Brazilian folklore/cryptid: a hairy, roughly humanoid creature described with one eye, a giant mouth on its stomach, and huge claws on its hands. many believe it is a relic of the giant ground sloth.

Mapinguari- Brazilian folklore/cryptid: a hairy, roughly humanoid creature described with one eye, a giant mouth on its stomach, and huge claws on its hands. Plausible explanation: long lost ground sloth, or imaginative natives

Lou Carcolh- French folklore: a giant serpent/snail creature. it had a huge shell on its back with its gaping mouth surrounded by long tentacles that could stretch for miles. it would lay its tentacles outside its cave on its viscous slime and grasp anything within reach that it could devour whole.

Lou Carcolh are giant snail/snake hybrids from french mythology. They have a long tentacles to attack their prey that are so long,that they rarely have to leave their caves to hunt.

The Shunka Warak in is an unknown presumably canine like creature reported through out the northern United States including Montana, Illinois, Nebraska and Iowa, often described by eyewitnesses as being a primitive wolf or hyena like creature. The Ioway, and several other Native American Indian tribes in the region, called the creature Shunka Warak in, which translates into carrying off dogs, because it would often sneak into Indian camps at night to steal their dogs.

Shunka warakin- American folklore: a huge wolf/hyena creature. It is thought to have been a surviving dire wolf or hyaenadon.

Ahuizotl- Aztec myth: an aquatic creature that looked like a monkey and a dog with the hands of a raccoon. It also had a hand at the end of its long tail. It would cry like a baby, and then grab the person who came looking with its tail hand. It drowned them and ate their nails, teeth, and eyes

Hi people, here you have a new mythological monster for my Bestiary, this time is a mexican one Here you have the Ahuizotl, an aztec water monster who s.

Gorgades- medieval legend: race of extremely hairy humanoids, even the women were hairy

In legend the Gorgades were a island tribe known for their extra-hairy women, and Portuguese navigators initially applied the name "Gorgades" to the islands .

Hokhoku- North American  folklore: a huge bird that hunts and eats humans by crushing their skulls and eating their brains.

Hokhoku- North American folklore: a huge bird that hunts and eats humans by crushing their skulls and eating their brains.

Páo xiāo- Japanese myth: a dog like creature that wears a human mask and has an eye underneath its left foreleg. It wails like a human baby in order to attract his prey.

Páo xiāo- Chinese myth: a dog like creature that wears a human mask and has an eye underneath its left foreleg. It wails like a human baby in order to attract his prey.

Obayifo- West African myth: a vampire/witch-like creature that may inhabit the bodies of ordinary people. they have shifty eyes and are obsessed with food. at night, their armpits and anus emit a phosphorescent light.

Obayifo- West African myth: a vampire/witch-like creature that may inhabit the bodies of ordinary people. they have shifty eyes and are obsessed with food. at night, their armpits and anus emit a phosphorescent light.

Fangalobolo- Madagascar cryptid: a 4ft tall bat creature with a 6ft long wingspan. It is ape-like and lives in caves, where it drags it's human prey.

Fangalobolo- Madagascar cryptid: a tall bat creature with a long wingspan. It is ape-like and lives in caves, where it drags it's human prey.

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