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Jackalope - Lepus townsendii & Odocoileus virginianus    Jackalopes are mythical animals of North American folklore. They are so named because they combine attributes from both jackrabbits and antelopes. Depictions of “horned hares” date as far back as 1575.    It is possible that the mythology surrounding jackalopes developed after observations of rabbits infected with the Shope papilloma virus, which causes antler-like tumors to grow on the animal's body and head.

Jackalopes are mythical animals of North American folklore. They are so named because they combine attributes from both jackrabbits and antelopes. Depictions of “horned hares” date as far back as

Wolpertinger Bavaria

wikipedia: In Bavarian folklore, a wolpertinger (also called wolperdinger, poontinger or woiperdinger) is an animal said to inhabit the alpine forests o.

The cute Cousin to the Jackalope! Wolpertinger Baby by RamzaWolf on deviantART

My father ask me to pack up my laptops and everything, we are goin back home.

Winged Jackalope Sculpture Wolpertinger Rabbit Hare Bunny totem figurine Mascot Amulet gold purple dark.

Winged Jackalope Sculpture Wolpertinger Rabbit by DemiurgusDreams

The lu shu is a Chinese animal that looks like a horse with a white head, tiger stripes and a red tail. Its call sounds like people singing folk songs.

The lu shu is a mythical chinese animal that looks like a horse with a white head, tiger stripes and a red tail. Its call sounds like people singing folk songs.

Peryton - here depicted as graceful stag with wings

Peryton - here depicted as graceful stag with wings - these creatures were said to be the harbingers of Rome's destruction.

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