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Qalupalik is an Inuit mythological creature. It is a human-like creature that lives in the sea, with long hair, green skin, and long fingernails. The myth is that qalupaliks wear an amautiit (a form of pouch that Inuit parents wear to carry their children) so they can take babies and children away who disobey their parents. Qalupalik 2 by joy-ang.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Qalupalik 2 by Joy Ang, an illustration from the children's book "Qalupalik", Joy Ang, Canadian born, Based in Edmonton Canada.

Qalupalik is an Inuit mythological creature. It is a human-like creature that lives in the sea, with long hair, green skin, and long fingernails. The myth is that qalupaliks wear an amautiit (a form of pouch that Inuit parents wear to carry their children) so they can take babies and children away who disobey their parents.

Qalupalik is an Inuit mythological creature. It is a human-like creature that…

In Inuit mythology, Akhlut is a spirit that takes the form of both a wolf and an orca. It is a vicious, dangerous beast. Its tracks can be recognized because they are wolf tracks that lead to and from the ocean. Often, dogs seen walking to the ocean and/or into it are considered evil. Little is known of this spirit, other than that it changes from an orca to a wolf when hungry, not many myths relate to it.

In Inuit mythology, Akhlut is a spirit that takes the form of both a wolf and an orca. It is a vicious, dangerous beast. Its tracks can be recognized because they are wolf tracks that lead to and from the ocean.

Mahaha is a maniacal demon that terrorized parts of the arctic.  This creature is described as a thin sinewy being, ice blue in colour and cold to the touch.  Mahaha’s eyes are white and they peer through the long stringy hair that hangs in its face. This demon is always smiling and giggling. It is strong, very strong and it is always barefoot. Mahaha is usually seen with almost no clothing on yet it never seems to be bothered by the cold. This cold demon takes pleasure in tickling its…

Mahaha is a maniacal demon that terrorized parts of the arctic. This creature…

Ganconer - Folklore Concept Art. A gancanagh from Irish gean cánach, meaning "love talker" is a male fairy in Irish mythology that is known for seducing human women. W. B. Yeats wrote of the gancanagh in 1888, it is pronounced gánconagh.

gancanagh from Irish gean cánach, meaning "love talker" is a male fairy in Irish mythology that is known for seducing human women. Yeats wrote of the gancanagh in it is pronounced gánconagh.

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Wulver- Scottish folklore: a wolf headed man like creature. It wasnt a werewolf nor was it ever a human. It was an immortal, solitary being. It enjoyed fishing. It wasnt bad towards people, but if you messed with him he would mess with you.

Wulver

Wulver- Shetland folklore: a wolf headed man like creature. It wasnt a werewolf nor was it ever a human. It was an immortal, solitary being. It enjoyed fishing. It wasnt bad towards people, but if you messed with him he would mess with you.

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