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Ne...ist doch nur Winterfell...   Mardernhund im Kuschelkleid...da hat der Süße doch glatt mal die Höhle verlassen und mußte kurz nachsehen wer da vor seinem Gehege so rumsteht :-)   WP Lüneburger Heide/ Nindorf

Ne...ist doch nur Winterfell... Mardernhund im Kuschelkleid...da hat der Süße doch glatt mal die Höhle verlassen und mußte kurz nachsehen wer da vor seinem Gehege so rumsteht :-) WP Lüneburger Heide/ Nindorf

pastorofmuppets:  cyanidesandwich:  But wtf does it say?  Fox-eh.

What does the fox say? The fox says, "I'm gorgeous!" → ~~Wild beauty ~ red fox by Olga Gladysheva~~

˚(Diadophis punctatus) Ring-necked Snakes are slightly venomous, but their nonaggressive nature and small, rear-facing fangs pose little threat to humans who wish to handle them. They are best known for their unique defense posture of curling up their tails, exposing their bright red-orange posterior, ventral surface when threatened.

˚(Diadophis punctatus) Ring-necked Snakes are slightly venomous, but their…

A manticore is a large, magical beast with the body of a lion, dragon-like wings, and a somewhat humanoid head. Its long tail has a cluster of deadly spikes, which the creature can launch at its foes as weapons. It has dagger-like claws and fangs.    Manticores are known to be savage man-eaters and allies of evil creatures. Manticores are intelligent creatures and often work beside other evil beings to bring strife and suffering in the world.

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In Japanese folklore, a nure-onna our "wet woman" is a yōkai which resembles an amphibious creature with the head of a woman and the body of a snake. While the description of her appearance varies slightly from story to story, she has been described as being 300 m in length and has snake-like eyes, long claws, fangs and long, beautiful hair. She is typically spotted on a shore, washing her hair.

In Japanese folklore, a nure-onna our "wet woman" is a yōkai which resembles an amphibious creature with the head of a woman and the body of a snake. While the description of her appearance varies slightly from story to story, she has been described as being 300 m in length and has snake-like eyes, long claws, fangs and long, beautiful hair. She is typically spotted on a shore, washing her hair.

Sigbin- Philippine myth: a big goat with strong back legs, long ears, long fangs and a long, whipping tail. It could suck the blood of a person through its shadow. Walked backwards with its head lowered. It could actually turn invisible. It could also jump great lengths. The only ones who could subdue them were shamans.

10 Of The Scariest Filipino Mythological Demons And Monsters - Page 5 of 10 - ShareJunkies - Your Viral Stories & Lists

A Perchten-mask-The word Perchten is plural for Perchta, and this has become the name of her entourage, as well as the name of animal masks worn in parades and festivals in the mountainous regions of Austria

A Perchten-mask-The word Perchten is plural for Perchta, and this has become the name of her entourage, as well as the name of animal masks worn in parades and festivals in the mountainous regions of Austria

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