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A Bao A Qu

A legendary creature sensitive to the many shades of the human soul, described in J.L.Borges's "Book of Imaginary Beings".
05-12-2008 / 06-09-2018,
Page size: 10 645
Views: 45333
Comments: 13
12-11-2017, hamed
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (14)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

A-mi’-kuk

A legendary creature from Inuit mythology, large leathery-skinned sea monster attacking kayakers boats.
12-09-2017 / 09-10-2019,
Page size: 2 702
Views: 8782
Comments: 4
09-10-2019, KOT
Rating: 8.5 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 3 / 10

Abaia

According to Melanesian mythology, a huge, magical eel which dwells at the bottom of freshwater lakes in the Fiji, New Guinea, Solomon and...
01-04-2019 / 01-04-2019,
Page size: 3 898
Views: 4114
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Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Abchanchu

A vampire from Bolivia who hunts its human prey by appearing to them as a kindly old man who is lost and in need of assistance.
10-15-2019 / 10-15-2019,
Page size: 968
Views: 1644
Comments: 2
10-15-2019, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Abura akago

Japanese yōkai from Ōmi Province, a type of hi no tama (fireball), but can also take on the shape of a baby, licking the oil from lanterns.
09-15-2016 / 05-23-2018,
Page size: 3 989
Views: 12470
Comments: 1
04-26-2017, korg
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Abura sumashi

According to japanese beliefs, a rare yokai with a large ugly head like a potato or a stone, wearing a straw-woven raincoat.
02-06-2018 / 02-07-2018,
Page size: 2 959
Views: 6515
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Rating: 9.2 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Acheri

Is mountain ghost in form of young demale child in belief of Kumaoni people of Kumaon region in Northern India.
03-18-2015 / 11-18-2016,
Page size: 10 827
Views: 13026
Comments: 4
05-03-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Adaro

Malevolent merman-like sea spirits found in the mythology of the Solomon Islands.
08-22-2017 / 08-22-2017,
Page size: 1 170
Views: 6266
Comments: 5
12-22-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Adze

A vampiric being in Ewe folklore (Togo and Ghana), taking the form of a firefly.
04-27-2018 / 04-27-2018,
Page size: 1 930
Views: 4650
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Rating: 9 / 10 (3)

Afanc

A lake monster from Welsh mythology, described variously as resembling a crocodile, beaver or dwarf-like creature.
10-14-2008 / 05-28-2018,
Page size: 4 129
Views: 30005
Comments: 5
04-26-2017, korg
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Ahniavіk

According to Belarusian folk belief is a small household spirit, which lives in oven and throws ashes in cooking food.
09-20-2014 / 03-11-2019,
Page size: 2 664
Views: 11093
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Rating: 9.8 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Al-mi'raj

One-horned yellow hare with black horn on its forehead which lives in Sea Serpent island in Indian ocean in Arabic cosmographic and zoologic...
07-31-2013 / 01-04-2020,
Page size: 4 009
Views: 9651
Comments: 2
05-30-2017, korg
Rating: 6.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 3 / 10

Alû

In Akkadian and Sumerian mythology, an invisible, demonic vampire, that attacks its victims (men) at night while they sleep.
02-13-2019 / 02-13-2019,
Page size: 547
Views: 3029
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Aluqa

An ancient vampiric demon from Hasidic lore, looks like a beautiful woman with a face suggesting nothing but pure innocence.
10-15-2019 / 10-15-2019,
Page size: 1 399
Views: 2182
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Amabie

According to local Japanese belief, a mermaid-like three-legged yōkai with a mixture of human and fish features.
06-14-2018 / 06-15-2018,
Page size: 4 782
Views: 6224
Comments: 1
06-15-2018, Дмитрий
Rating: 10 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amabiko

According to Japanese belief, a mermaid-like yōkai with a mixture of human and fish features.
06-14-2018 / 06-14-2018,
Page size: 2 953
Views: 5357
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Amajurjuk

Is giant woman in folklore of Inuits which steals children carrying them away in a pouch on her back.
02-11-2015 / 09-26-2015,
Page size: 5 061
Views: 9125
Comments: 4
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 9.4 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Amanojaku

Japanese monsters, evil kami, minor oni, or yōkai who cause mischief and perform evil deeds.
11-01-2016 / 04-21-2020,
Page size: 9 521
Views: 16284
Comments: 1
09-05-2017, korg
Rating: 9.6 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amefuri kozō

According to Japanese belief, rain spirit resemble young boy with umbrella on his head.
04-13-2017 / 04-14-2017,
Page size: 3 207
Views: 7360
Comments: 1
06-08-2017, korg
Rating: 7.6 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amikiri

According to Japanese belief, small crustacean-like yōkai which resemble shrimp with long body, a bird-like beak, and two scissor-like claws.
02-26-2015 / 04-21-2020,
Page size: 4 706
Views: 9160
Comments: 1
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amphisbaena

Is snake with two heads, one in proper place and other on its tail.
11-08-2008 / 07-10-2016,
Page size: 4 316
Views: 44315
Comments: 18
07-13-2019, Тусяра
Rating: 5.2 / 10 (10)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Anggitay

According to Philippine folklore, female centaurs with a single horn in the middle of their forehead just like a unicorn.
10-27-2017 / 12-12-2017,
Page size: 1 236
Views: 5438
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Angiak

Is spirit of child abandoned to die which returns to suck the blood of its relatives in Inuit mythology.
07-25-2013 / 09-24-2015,
Page size: 4 886
Views: 16864
Comments: 8
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Ant-Lion

Is creature having lion as father and ant as mother which dies unable to eat either flesh or grass.
07-30-2013 / 02-26-2018,
Page size: 33 305
Views: 16118
Comments: 5
06-03-2019, KOT
Rating: 9 / 10 (2)

Ao Ao

One of the seven legendary monsters from mythology of Guaraní (South American indigenous people), a huge voracious sheep-like or...
07-24-2018 / 07-24-2018,
Page size: 3 448
Views: 3848
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Ao bōzu

According to Japanese belief, large one-eyed blue-skinned priests with a strong connection to magic.
01-28-2017 / 01-29-2017,
Page size: 5 997
Views: 8534
Comments: 1
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Apivień

According to the Belarusian mythology, a small demon or imp, which clings to the people, inducing them to drink.
07-20-2013 / 02-11-2020,
Page size: 10 789
Views: 21513
Comments: 3
10-20-2015, Полосатый
Rating: 4.8 / 10 (12)
Your opinion: 7 / 10

Arassas

A greyish-colored animal with the head of a cat and the body of a lizard, from the folklore of Lagrand in the Hautes-Alpes region of France.
11-18-2019 / 11-18-2019,
Page size: 1 262
Views: 1667
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Arzhavennik

According to Belarusian belief, spirit of the swamp covered with rust.
05-27-2008 / 03-09-2018,
Page size: 4 833
Views: 22469
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Rating: 2 / 10 (23)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Asp

According to medieval christian sources, deadly snake which presses one ear against the ground and blocks and closes up the other with its...
10-22-2008 / 12-05-2017,
Page size: 8 533
Views: 44297
Comments: 2
05-03-2017, korg
Rating: 8 / 10 (1)

Aspidochelone

Is huge sea creature which back is covered with sand and often mistaken for an island by sailors.
08-24-2010 / 06-03-2016,
Page size: 17 397
Views: 44484
Comments: 11
09-17-2014, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Axehandle hound

Is a nocturnal hound in the form of the axe which feeds off the axe-handles in the folklore of Wisconsin and Minnesota.
08-25-2016 / 08-26-2016,
Page size: 6 265
Views: 4326
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Aziarnicy

According to Belurussian folklore local species of Rusalka, that live in Black Lake in Myadzyel District of the Minsk Region of Belarus.
01-14-2012 / 05-31-2017,
Page size: 9 231
Views: 17540
Comments: 6
06-01-2017, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Azuki hakari

According to Japanese beliefs, a yōkai-poltergeist found in the space between the attic and the roof in some homes and temples.
06-24-2019 / 06-24-2019,
Page size: 2 770
Views: 2715
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Bahamut

A gigantic fish (or whale) that lies deep below, underpinning the support structure that holds up the earth, according to Arabian beliefs.
11-21-2008 / 06-11-2018,
Page size: 4 292
Views: 26672
Comments: 1
05-03-2017, korg
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Bai

According to Belarusian folk beliefs, a creature living in a hut, invisibly wandering at night on the walls and lulls children to sleep with...
08-08-2019 / 08-15-2019,
Page size: 1 144
Views: 3429
No comments
Rating: 4.5 / 10 (11)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Baka

Is demonic creature in Haitian folklore described as animals with red eyes or men without skin.
07-20-2016 / 08-12-2016,
Page size: 2 831
Views: 6781
Comments: 3
05-03-2017, korg
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Balamutień

According to Belarusian folklore women-harassing water-spirit in form of man with puffy face, goose skin and enormous belly.
10-12-2014 / 04-14-2020,
Page size: 16 761
Views: 14351
Comments: 4
04-14-2020, KOT
Rating: 6.6 / 10 (10)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Ball-tailed cat

A fictional fearsome critter of North America described as a mountain lion with long tail to which there is affixed a solid, bulbous mass...
07-19-2019 / 07-22-2019,
Page size: 3 976
Views: 1461
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Basilisk

Is king of snakes which kills the man by its glance in ancient and medieval lore.
06-22-2009 / 02-12-2018,
Page size: 50 867
Views: 66969
Comments: 42
08-25-2019, Адонис
Rating: 6.6 / 10 (10)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Baubas

According to lithuanian folklore, evil spirit with long lean arms, wrinkly fingers and red eyes.
05-24-2017 / 05-24-2017,
Page size: 635
Views: 5438
Comments: 5
05-24-2017, korg
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Bendith y Mamau

The Glamorganshire name for the fairies, which elf-ride horses, visit houses and steal children.
01-23-2019 / 01-23-2019,
Page size: 5 810
Views: 2708
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Rating: 5 / 10 (1)

Betobetosan

According to Japanese beliefs, a formless specter, and is only recognizable by the telltale sound it makes (“beto beto” sound of wooden...
01-03-2020 / 01-03-2020,
Page size: 3 000
Views: 1222
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Rating: 9 / 10 (1)

Billdad

A creature from folklore of the North American lumberjacks, the size of a beaver, but has long, kangaroo-like hind legs, short front legs...
05-22-2018 / 05-22-2018,
Page size: 5 949
Views: 3136
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Biwa-bokuboku

According to japanese beliefs, kind of tsukumogami, that become old lute-biwa.
04-11-2016 / 01-12-2018,
Page size: 952
Views: 6833
Comments: 1
05-03-2017, korg
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Black Swine of Orsha's Mill

According to local legend in Orsha in Vitebsk region of Belarus is black ferocious swine mysteriously appearing and vanishing into a thin...
05-17-2014 / 12-04-2017,
Page size: 8 740
Views: 12078
Comments: 6
05-19-2014, korg
Rating: 9.9 / 10 (10)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Bodachan Sabhaill

A barn brownie from Scottish Highland who took pity on old men, and threshed for them.
01-31-2009 / 06-12-2020,
Page size: 863
Views: 8917
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
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Bolla

In Albanian popular belief, a snake-like creature that sleeps throughout the year and opens its eyes only on Saint George's day.
11-04-2009 / 11-26-2019,
Page size: 1 687
Views: 9442
Comments: 1
08-31-2017, korg
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Bomka

Is a figure in folklore of Perm oblast in Russia used by adults to frighten children into a good behaviour.
03-13-2010 / 07-31-2015,
Page size: 764
Views: 9544
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
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Boobrie

According to folktales of western Scotland, a gigantic water-bird with loud harsh voice and webbed feet, gobbling up sheep and cattle.
11-26-2019 / 11-26-2019,
Page size: 7 279
Views: 1269
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Rating: 5.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 4 / 10

Boshi

Chinese monster from ancient text of Shan-hai Ching, a goat with nine tails and four ears, with its eyes on its back.
02-24-2018 / 02-25-2018,
Page size: 2 971
Views: 4547
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Rating: 9.3 / 10 (3)

Bovesh

Is a fabulous beast which has five legs and lives in India in learned culture of medieval East Slavic sources.
01-29-2010 / 08-04-2015,
Page size: 2 601
Views: 7823
Comments: 2
05-04-2017, korg
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Bozhontka

In Polish Folklore is a soul of unbaptized child.
09-12-2014 / 02-01-2016,
Page size: 8 373
Views: 46312
Comments: 9
05-04-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Bregdi

According to folklore of Shetland islands, malicious sea monster, that drags boats to the deep in its deadly embrace.
08-23-2019 / 08-24-2019,
Page size: 1 626
Views: 1924
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Browney

The Cornish fairy guardian of the bees.
09-22-2015 / 06-26-2020,
Page size: 692
Views: 4703
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Buggane

According to Manx folklore, particularly noxious type of goblin, adept at shape-shifting.
10-17-2008 / 06-18-2018,
Page size: 4 559
Views: 10070
Comments: 2
05-05-2017, korg
Rating: 9 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Buringcantada

According to filipino folklore, is a giant and a cyclopes, described as having a single eye in the middle of his forehead and long tusks...
12-08-2017 / 12-08-2017,
Page size: 413
Views: 3113
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Buruburu

According to Japanese belief, the spirit of cowardice, fear and shudder.
03-21-2016 / 03-22-2016,
Page size: 1 107
Views: 10656
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Buwaya

According to Tagalog myths, a lethargic looking yet dangerous giant crocodile monster with a chest or coffin-like saddle on its back.
07-20-2018 / 07-20-2018,
Page size: 1 221
Views: 3145
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Buzhai

According to folklore of Western and Central Kazakhstan, imaginary creature of uncertain appearance, which frighten naughty children.
08-12-2018 / 08-12-2018,
Page size: 384
Views: 4126
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Caladrius

Is a snow-white bird which prognosticates the outcome of ilness and able to cure a person if looks into the face of the patient found in...
01-30-2012 / 07-15-2016,
Page size: 18 155
Views: 18385
Comments: 9
10-10-2015, KOT
Rating: 5 / 10 (2)

Ceasg

Scottish mermaid, half-woman, half-grilse, who haunts rivers and streams and is said to be very beautiful but dangerous.
10-24-2012 / 06-14-2018,
Page size: 3 517
Views: 12517
Comments: 3
06-14-2018, Дмитрий
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Ceffyl Dŵr

A Welsh water horse analogous to the Scottish kelpie, can fly and turn incorporeal or into a mist.
06-24-2020 / 06-24-2020,
Page size: 2 470
Views: 260
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Rating: 10 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Cerastes

Is African snake with movable horns which appears in some Greek, Latin sources and medieval bestiaries.
03-11-2008 / 07-10-2016,
Page size: 16 221
Views: 15218
Comments: 2
06-23-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Changfu

Chinese mythical creature from ancient text of Shan-hai Ching, a chicken with three heads, six feet, and three wings.
03-06-2018 / 03-07-2018,
Page size: 1 554
Views: 3532
Comments: 2
03-07-2018, KOT
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Cheeroonear

A class of monstrous dog-faced humanoids in the traditions and legends of the Native Australian people.
03-30-2020 / 04-01-2020,
Page size: 4 015
Views: 785
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Chimi

According to chinese and japanese beliefs, a general term for the monsters that live in the mountains, forests, swamps, stones, and other...
08-14-2017 / 08-14-2017,
Page size: 1 903
Views: 5901
Comments: 1
08-14-2017, korg
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Chimimoryo

In Japanese folklore are monsters of mountains and rivers that devour cadavers.
11-07-2014 / 08-16-2017,
Page size: 823
Views: 9694
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Chironex

A demonlike variant of a normal unicorn, coming to the Witcher world from another dimension.
10-26-2018 / 10-26-2018,
Page size: 1 032
Views: 4598
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Rating: 9 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Chōchin obake

According to Japanese belief, is kind of tsukumogami, animated old paper lantern.
04-12-2016 / 04-13-2016,
Page size: 1 406
Views: 5966
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Chor

In Turkic and Mongolian (usually neighboring Slavic) folklore an evil spirit or demon, similar to slavic chort.
04-24-2020 / 04-24-2020,
Page size: 1 620
Views: 591
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Chouyu

Chinese mythical creature from ancient text of Shan-hai Ching, a rabbit with a bird's beak, an owl's eyes, and a snake's tail.
06-04-2019 / 06-05-2019,
Page size: 2 647
Views: 1993
Comments: 2
06-05-2019, KOT
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Cinnamolgus

Is Arabian bird which makes its nest from the fruits of the cinnamon tree.
08-10-2010 / 07-15-2016,
Page size: 7 794
Views: 16401
Comments: 1
06-26-2017, korg
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Colo Colo

An small disease-bearing ugly rat-like creature from Mapuche mythology.
06-14-2018 / 12-14-2018,
Page size: 2 376
Views: 3135
Comments: 2
06-14-2018, KOT
Rating: 6.3 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Columbia River Sand Squink

A Fearsome Critter of the stories of hunters and sheep-herders from northwest USA.
07-27-2019 / 07-30-2019,
Page size: 5 348
Views: 2028
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Comol

Is an animal that urinates fire in Old Slavic learned tradition.
08-11-2010 / 07-30-2015,
Page size: 1 449
Views: 14684
Comments: 1
08-24-2017, korg
Rating: 1.8 / 10 (19)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Cuca

Creature of the brazilian folklore, a witch with head (or head and some other body parts) of a crocodile.
09-09-2017 / 09-09-2017,
Page size: 646
Views: 3911
Comments: 1
09-11-2017, korg
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Cuchivilu

A fabulous creature in Chilean folklore that has upper part of pig and serpentine tail.
08-07-2014 / 11-24-2017,
Page size: 4 052
Views: 6440
Comments: 1
08-31-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Damasia

Is a female house-spirit that lives behind the stove in Belarusian and other slavic folklore.
11-21-2008 / 08-25-2015,
Page size: 9 514
Views: 25199
Comments: 2
05-26-2017, korg
Rating: 2.5 / 10 (19)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Danhu

In classic Chinese mythology is a bird who flies with her throat feathers instead of wings.
05-21-2014 / 07-21-2015,
Page size: 1 799
Views: 6541
Comments: 1
05-23-2017, korg
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Dobrokhozhiy

Legendary creature in Belarussian and Polish mythology, combining features of Domovoi, Dvorovoy, Leshy, Polevik, Chlevnik and others.
04-05-2015 / 01-26-2017,
Page size: 75 865
Views: 14563
Comments: 10
05-15-2018, KOT
Rating: 5.6 / 10 (11)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Dodomeki

According to japanese beliefs, cursed women with very long arms covered in tiny bird eyes.
01-15-2018 / 01-15-2018,
Page size: 7 924
Views: 6594
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Rating: 9.8 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Domovichka

In Belarusian folklore is unmarried Domovoy’s daughter who seduces human folk and has sexual intercourse with them.
03-12-2015 / 01-12-2018,
Page size: 3 543
Views: 10366
Comments: 1
05-26-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Dorotabō

According to japanese beliefs, transformed ghosts of rice fields who appears as one-eyed, three-fingered humanoid figures rising out of the...
11-15-2013 / 02-07-2018,
Page size: 2 597
Views: 11163
Comments: 1
05-26-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Dragon

Is huge flying serpent.
10-06-2009 / 02-17-2019,
Page size: 139 150
Views: 120403
Comments: 40
09-05-2017, korg
Rating: 5.6 / 10 (20)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Dzunukwa

In Kwakwaka'wakw mythology black ogresses with brass nails, who steals children to eat.
03-10-2015 / 12-11-2015,
Page size: 2 515
Views: 9752
Comments: 4
05-29-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Ebihare

According to folk beliefs of the kiwai papuans, all such mysterious beings, particularly those living in the sea.
02-28-2020 / 03-02-2020,
Page size: 2 186
Views: 617
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Erumia

According to the Folk-tales of the Kiwai Papuans, an enormous, wonderful jelly-fish, mother of all the ordinary jellyfish, the patron of all...
03-02-2020 / 03-02-2020,
Page size: 2 612
Views: 2766
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Rating: 1.8 / 10 (15)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Flerus

According to Flemish folklore, a good home spirit, taking the form of a man or a farm animals and performing any hard work.
08-02-2018 / 08-02-2018,
Page size: 5 702
Views: 4333
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Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Funeral Mountain Terrashot

According to the tales of first american lumberjacks, a strange four-legged beast with carapace casket-like body, six to eight feet long.
06-11-2019 / 06-11-2019,
Page size: 4 455
Views: 1703
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Furari-bi

According to japanese beliefs, a small, flying creature with dog-like face and birds body, wreathed in flames.
12-20-2016 / 12-21-2016,
Page size: 3 974
Views: 6237
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Fūri

According to Chinese and Japanese beliefs, wild mountain tanuki gliding in the wind from tree to tree at night.
03-19-2020 / 03-19-2020,
Page size: 5 056
Views: 1074
Comments: 1
03-19-2020, Дмитрий
Rating: 10 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Furutsubaki no rei

According to Japanese beliefs, a spirit of old tsubaki tree (rose of winter), that can turn people into bees and kill them.
04-29-2019 / 04-29-2019,
Page size: 4 495
Views: 2035
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Furuutsubo

According to Japanese beliefs, a tsukumogami of the beloved quivers of slain archers who died particularly tragic deaths.
07-04-2019 / 07-04-2019,
Page size: 1 918
Views: 1560
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Garkain

A legendary creature in Australian Aboriginal mythology, vampires swooping down from the trees on his leathery wings, envelops victim and...
12-20-2019 / 12-20-2019,
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Gashadokuro

According to japanese beliefs, skeletal giants which wander around the countryside in the darkest hours of the night.
02-05-2018 / 02-05-2018,
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Gidmeymoun

According to maltese beliefs, an ape-like being that is sometimes seen hiding in caves and climbing trees.
09-17-2017 / 09-17-2017,
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Gjakpirës

According to Albanian folk beliefs, vampiric reanimated corpse of a deceased Albanian of Turkish descent.
10-04-2019 / 10-05-2019,
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Glaistig

A composite character from Scottish mythology, a type of fuath, which appear as a beautiful or monstrous woman, or as a half-woman half-goat...
01-21-2019 / 01-22-2019,
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Gloson

A ferocious ghost pig in Swedish folklore.
03-23-2016 / 05-21-2016,
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