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Suea peek- Himmapan myth: the head and fore body of a tiger, and the back end and wings of a peacock. It had hands and could walk upright.

Suea peek- Himmapan myth: the head and fore body of a tiger, and the back end and wings of a peacock. It had hands and could walk upright.

The Zheng was a Chinese mythological leopard that had a long horn protruding from its forehead. It was red and had five tails. The Zheng made the sound of striking stones. It lived in the mountains with many other fabulous creatures. (origin of this artwork unknown.)

The Zheng was a Chinese mythological leopard that had a long horn protruding from its forehead. It was red and had five tails. The Zheng made the sound of striking stones. It lived in the mountains with many other fabulous creatures. (origin of this artwork unknown.)

Cockatrice: dragonish creature with the head of a rooster, a barbed tongue, and the tail of a snake. Roman/Greek origin

Cockatrice: dragonish creature with the head of a rooster, a barbed tongue, and the tail of a snake. Roman/Greek origin

Hainu- Japanese folklore: a winged dog

Hainu- Japanese folklore: a winged dog

Batsquatch- North American cryptid: a bat/primate hybrid. Its said to have purplish skin or fur, pterodactyl wings, and a face that combines bat and primate features. It lives in Mt. Saint Helens in Washington and is blamed for some disappearances of livestock.

Batsquatch- North American cryptid: a bat/primate hybrid. Its said to have purplish skin or fur, pterodactyl wings, and a face that combines bat and primate features. It lives in Mt. Saint Helens in Washington and is blamed for some disappearances of livestock.

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Hiderigami- Japanese folklore: a hairy beast with one arm, one leg, and one eye. It is the god of drought.

Hiderigami- Japanese folklore: a hairy beast with one arm, one leg, and one eye. It is the god of drought.

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Baykok- Ojibway myth: a skeletal figure with translucent skin and red points for eyes. It flys through the forest, exclusively hunting warriors with invisible arrows. it then beats them to death with a club and eats their liver.

Baykok- Ojibway myth: a skeletal figure with translucent skin and red points for eyes. It flys through the forest, exclusively hunting warriors with invisible arrows. it then beats them to death with a club and eats their liver.

Diwatas (Philippine Gods)

Diwatas (Philippine Gods)

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