Bats Balayang (Australian)- Chupacabra (Latin American)- Alleged creature reputed to attack and drink the blood of livestock, occasionally described with bat-like features. Camazotz (Mayan bat-god) Leutogi (Polynesian) Minyades (Greek)- Three sisters who refused to take part in the worship of Dionysus, and turned into bats by Hermes. Nyctimene (Roman)- Transformed into a bat by Minerva. Tjinimin (Australian) Vetala (Hindu)- Vampiric entity that takes over cadavers.
Canines Adlet Amarok Anubis – jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife (Egypt) Aralez Asena Axehandle hound Black dog, also known as Barghest, or Grim – associated with the Devil, Hellhound (Britain) Beast of Gévaudan – man-eating wolf, terrorized the province of Gévaudan (France) Cerberus – multi-headed dog, guards the gates of the Underworld, son/brother of Orthrus (Greek, Roman) Chupacabra – sometimes thought to resemble, or mistaken for a hairless coyote Cu Sith (or Cusith) – Hellhound, harbinger of death (Scotland, the Hebrides, Ireland) Crocotta – mythical dog-wolf, related to the hyena (India, Ethiopia) Cynocephaly – having the head of a dog or jackal Fenrir – monstrous wolf, father of the wolves (Norse) Gelert Hellhound – supernatural dog, bringers of death (worldwide) Huli jing or Kitsune or Kumiho – Fox spirits, like Fairies (China, Japan, Korea) Kishi – cannibalistic two-faced demon, half-human half-hyena(Africa) Orthrus – two headed dog, father/brother of Cerberus (Greek) Penghou – tree spirit that appears like a black dog and tastes like dog-meat (Chinese) Salawa – Egyptian Cryptid, possibly fennec Foxes Sigbin – is a creature in Philippine mythology (Philippines) Shug Monkey – dog/monkey creature found in Cambridgeshire (Britain) Shunka Warakin – resembles a wolf, a hyena, or both. (America) Tanuki – Japanese raccoon dog, legends claim is a shapeshifting trickster (Japan) Vǎrkolak, or “Vukodlak” (Slavic) – undeadvampirewerewolf Werewolf – human, shapeshifts to a wolf because of an affliction, lycanthrope (Worldwide) See also: Category:Mythological canines.
Chicken Sarimanok a legendary chicken of the Maranao people who originate from Mindanao (Philippines)
Equines Anggitay – is a creature with the upper body of a female human and the lower body of a horse from waist down (Philippines) Arion – Talking immortal horse (Greek) Buraq – Al-Burāq, steed from the heavens that transported the prophets (Islam, Persian Art) Centaur – head, arms, and torso of a human, the body and legs of a horse (Greek) Cheval Gauvin – horse which tries to kill its rider (French/Swiss) Chiron – centaur believed to be exceptional among his brethren (Greek) Haizum – horse of the archangel Gabriel (Islam) Hippocamp – Sea-Horse (Greek) Hippogriff – winged horse with the head and upper body of an eagle (French,England) Ichthyocentaurs – upper body of a man, the lower front of a horse, tail of a fish (Greek) Ipotane – half-horse, half-humans, original centaurs (Greek) Karkadann – monstrous, highly aggressive unicorn (India, Persia) Kelpie or Bäckahästen or Each Uisge – water-horse, sometimes vicious (Scotland, Ireland) Longma – fabled winged horse with dragon scales (China) Nuckelavee – evil elf, ruins crops, causes epidemics, and drought (Orkney islands, Scotland) Onocentaur – part human, part donkey (Greek) Pegasus – white winged stallion (Greek) Pooka – spirits, or fairies who lived near ancient stones, good or bad (Ireland) Sleipnir – Odin’s eight-legged horse, which he rode to Hel (location) (Norse) Simurgh – like the Hippogriff with the head of a human (Persian) Tikbalang – creature with the body of a man and the head and hooves of a horse, lurks in the mountains and forests (Philippines) Uchchaihshravas – seven-headed all white flying horse (Hindu) Unicorn horse-like creature with a single horn, often symbolizing purity (Worldwide) White horse See also: Category:Mythological horses.
Primates Bigfoot or Sasquatch – Cryptid, animal of the Northwest (America) Hibagon or Hinagon – ape-like, similar to Bigfoot, or the Yeti (Japan) Jué yuán – blue-furred man-sized rhesus monkey that abducts human women (China & Japan) Satori – mind-reading magical ape or monkey (Japan) Shōjō – anthropomorphic spirit, depicted as furred, somewhat confounded with orangutan (Japan) Shug Monkey – dog/monkey (Britain) Sun Wukong (proper name) – powerful warrior-magician in the form of a monkey who hatched from a stone egg (China) Vanara Yeren – man-monkey, cryptidhominid, resides in remote mountainous (China) Yeti – Abominable Snowman, ape-like cryptid similar to Bigfoot, that inhabits the Himalayas (Nepal, Tibet) Yowie – hominid said to live in the Australian wilderness, a cryptid similar to the Himalayan Yeti (Australia) See also: Category:Mythological monkeys.