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Cactus Cat - The cactus cat was generally described being a bobcat-like creature, covered in hair-like thorns, with particularly long spines extending from the legs and its armored, branching tail.  The creature was said to use its spines to slash cacti at night, allowing juice to run from the plants. On later nights, the creature was said to return to drink the now fermented juice. The then-drunken creature was said to shriek throughout the night

Cactus Cat - The cactus cat was generally described being a bobcat-like creature, covered in hair-like thorns, with particularly long spines extending from the legs and its armored, branching tail. The creature was said to use its spines to slash cacti at night, allowing juice to run from the plants. On later nights, the creature was said to return to drink the now fermented juice. The then-drunken creature was said to shriek throughout the night

The gudiao is a bird from ancient Chinese belief that features in the early bestiaries. It lived in the mountains and had the form of an eagle but with horns on its head. It made the cry of a baby. Thing is, it's not very avian at all.

The gudiao is a bird from ancient Chinese belief that features in the early bestiaries. It lived in the mountains and had the form of an eagle but with horns on its head. It made the cry of a baby. Thing is, it's not very avian at all.

Preta- Buddhist myth: a ghost of a person who was corrupted, deceitful, jealous or greedy. They now appear as a skeletal creature with a slender neck and a bulging stomach. They have an insatiable hunger for specific things.

Preta- Buddhist myth: a ghost of a person who was corrupted, deceitful, jealous or greedy. They now appear as a skeletal creature with a slender neck and a bulging stomach. They have an insatiable hunger for specific things.

Ulisse Aldrovandi - l'Ornithologia - late 16th c. - Bird of Paradise depicted as having no feet. . forever in flight and living from drinking the sun's nectar.

Ulisse Aldrovandi - l'Ornithologia - late 16th c. - Bird of Paradise depicted as having no feet. . forever in flight and living from drinking the sun's nectar.

The fear gorta appears in times of famine to seek alms and provide good luck to generous individuals. Description from deviantart.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The fear gorta appears in times of famine to seek alms and provide good luck to generous individuals. Description from deviantart.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Gytrash- English legend: a benevolent creature that haunts lonely roads awaiting lost travelers. It guides them to the right road. They can take the form of a horse or a mule, but usually of a black dog. Though they are helpful, they are still feared.

Gytrash- English legend: a benevolent creature that haunts lonely roads awaiting lost travelers. It guides them to the right road. They can take the form of a horse or a mule, but usually of a black dog. Though they are helpful, they are still feared.

Hi Gang! It’s Elena Martynova here with an Art Journal page, created with Magicals and Fabio Sprays from Lindy’s. I used  Magicals to create the background. I poured some water into a saucer, then …

Hi Gang! It’s Elena Martynova here with an Art Journal page, created with Magicals and Fabio Sprays from Lindy’s. I used Magicals to create the background. I poured some water into a saucer, then …

Name: Manticore, Martyaxwar, Martichora Area of Origin: Persia The Manticore or Martyaxwar (Man-Eater in Middle Persian) is a legendary beast, similar to a sphinx. The beast had the body of a lion, a human head with three rows of sharp teeth, akin to...

Name: Manticore, Martyaxwar, Martichora Area of Origin: Persia The Manticore or Martyaxwar (Man-Eater in Middle Persian) is a legendary beast, similar to a sphinx. The beast had the body of a lion, a human head with three rows of sharp teeth, akin to...

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