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Wolpertinger: Bavarian Folklore Morphology: The Wolpertinger is a hare with antlers, fangs and wings. Occasionally confused with its North American cousin, the Jackalope, which is simply a horned hare.

10 Awesome and Unusual Mythological Creatures

Plate Creatures fantastic Deyrolle: Hares by CuriositesRenversade

Jackalope / horny bunny print - cabinet of curiosities by the artist Camille Renversade Deyrolle poster

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 Nguruvilu "fox snake" (also: Guirivilo, Guruvilu, Ñuruvilu, Ñirivilu, Ñivivilu, Ñirivilo o Nirivilo) is a creature found in the Mapuche mythology of Chile.

Nguruvilu - Fox/Snake of the Mapuche

good Werewolf comparison chart

Werewolves Compared to normal wolves and Alpha werewolves Alpha werewolves are generally Stronger,faster, and more humanoid than other werewolves, and t.

Der Wunsch / Kitsune Fox Mädchen Yokai von TeaFoxIllustrations - reminds me of "Princess Mononoke"!

The Wish / Kitsune Fox Girl, Yokai, Deer / Japanese Asian Style / 4x6 Glossy Postcard Rounded Corners

A young kitsune girl seeks the help of a wish granting spirit, hoping to gain exit from the realm of hungry ghosts. - by Sarah Graybill

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.

Creatures of Japanese Folklore (Kemono Emaki) Part II by Naoki Ichiryu, via Behance

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.

Shame (me)  Looks feminine but is actually a male. Part deer. A rather shy young wolf and is often bullied for the way he looks. He feels as if is life is a waking nightmare and is constantly lonely.

Shame (me) Looks feminine but is actually a male. Part deer. A rather shy young wolf and is often bullied for the way he looks. He feels as if is life is a waking nightmare and is constantly lonely.

Mythical Creatures 2 - Commission by CobraVenom

Mythical Creatures 2 - Commission by CobraVenom …

This is an A4 (29.7 x 21 cm) inkjet print of my original Jackalopes of the World illustration, from my Jackalopia zine. The Jackalopia zine explores the many different species of jackalope that have adapted to live in different climates all around the world, from the savannah to the Arctic tundra! The jackalope is a mythical creature from North American folklore, traditionally described as a jackrabbit with antlers. This inspired me to create lots of different kinds of jackalope that might…

Jackalopes of the World - A4 Print on 270gsm Card available in 3 Colours

This is an x 21 cm) inkjet print of my original Jackalopes of the World illustration, from my Jackalopia zine. The Jackalopia zine explores the many different species of jackalope that have adapted to live in different climates all around the wor

Fantasy Creature

Commission: Heliossa by `dapper-owl on deviantART

Dead Man's Tree - Originally spoken of in the folklore of North America, these plants are believed to be inhabited by the souls of more than one dead human, and so thus are often seen on battlefields or in cemeteries. It is said that if you shine a light onto one at night, you will either summon a demonic presence or see how you are destined to die. The trees can be removed by salting and burning their stumps after they have been cut down.

Work for the Dusk Queen adventure path by kobold press.

More classic Lycian Chimera. The Chimera is said to be related to Cerberus, Ortherus, Hydra, the Sphinx, and other mythic creatures.

Chimera (Greek) - Home: Lycia. Parents: Typhon and Echidna. Siblings: Cerberus and the Hydra. A monstrous fire-breathing hybrid creature composed of a lion, with the head of a goat arising from his back, and a tail ending with a snake's head.

Good gryphon drawing

Good gryphon drawing/ love the feet. scaled like an eagle but shaped and clawed like a lion

wolpertinger

Wolpertinger: Bavarian Folklore Morphology: The Wolpertinger is a hare with antlers, fangs and wings. Occasionally confused with its North American cousin, the Jackalope, which is simply a horned hare.

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