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Congcong- Chinese myth: a beast that resembles a dog with six feet. It makes a sound like its name. it lived on Mount Xunzhuang.

Congcong- Chinese myth: a beast that resembles a dog with six feet. It makes a sound like its name. it lived on Mount Xunzhuang.

LONGZHI 蠪蛭  There is a beast here whose form resembles a fox but with nine tails, nine heads, and a tiger’s claws. It is called the Longzhi. It makes a sound like a baby but is a man-eater.  This is another creature whose features are multiplied by the magic number nine. From the description, it could be considered a kind of Nine-Tail Fox

LONGZHI 蠪蛭 There is a beast here whose form resembles a fox but with nine tails, nine heads, and a tiger’s claws. It is called the Longzhi. It makes a sound like a baby but is a man-eater. This is another creature whose features are multiplied by the magic number nine. From the description, it could be considered a kind of Nine-Tail Fox

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The Bolotnik in Slavic mythology is usually portrayed as a man or as an elderly man who is covered with dirt, algae and fish scales. In some legends he is said to have long arms and a tail. He would appear to people as a full-bellied, naked man with frog-like arms and buggy eyes. He does not tolerate loud noises so it is always a good practice to stay dead silent when passing through marshes. Artworkt: LynxMB

The Bolotnik in Slavic mythology is usually portrayed as a man or as an elderly man who is covered with dirt, algae and fish scales. In some legends he is said to have long arms and a tail. He would appear to people as a full-bellied, naked man with frog-like arms and buggy eyes. He does not tolerate loud noises so it is always a good practice to stay dead silent when passing through marshes. Artworkt: LynxMB

Aufhocker- German folklore: a very dangerous shapeshifter that has no defined shape. It usually took the form of a wolf-like beast to leap upon the backs of people and bite their throat out. Sunlight and church bells frighten it. It cannot be killed.

Aufhocker- German folklore: a very dangerous shapeshifter that has no defined shape. It usually took the form of a wolf-like beast to leap upon the backs of people and bite their throat out. Sunlight and church bells frighten it. It cannot be killed.

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10 bizarre creatures from Japanese folklore

10 bizarre creatures from Japanese folklore

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.)

Kirin are considered the highest beings of the furry animals in Chinese myths.  Kirin often appear before good changes happen.  They are often described as Eastern unicorns.  Despite their fierce appearance, Kirin are known to be gentle creatures that never step on living things.

Kirin are considered the highest beings of the furry animals in Chinese myths. Kirin often appear before good changes happen. They are often described as Eastern unicorns. Despite their fierce appearance, Kirin are known to be gentle creatures that never step on living things.

Ahuizotl: The creature is described as dog-like, its waterproof fur often clumping up to create spikes (hence its name). The ahuizotl has hands capable of manipulation and an additional hand on its tail. The ahuizotl is feared due to its liking for human flesh, especially nails, eyes, and teeth. It is said to live in or near the water and to use the hand on the end of its tail to snatch its prey, dragging the person into the depths to drown them. Victims of the ahuizotl, Aztec beliefs state…

Ahuizotl: The creature is described as dog-like, its waterproof fur often clumping up to create spikes (hence its name). The ahuizotl has hands capable of manipulation and an additional hand on its tail. The ahuizotl is feared due to its liking for human flesh, especially nails, eyes, and teeth. It is said to live in or near the water and to use the hand on the end of its tail to snatch its prey, dragging the person into the depths to drown them. Victims of the ahuizotl, Aztec beliefs state…

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