Urayuli are allegedly ape-like creatures that live in Southwestern Alaska. Stories of the Urayuli describe them as standing 10 feet tall with long shaggy fur and luminescent eyes. They are said to emit a high pitch cry, resembling that of a loon.
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Christine Judith Nicholls does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. A rich inventory of monstrous figures exists throughout Aboriginal Australia. The specific form that their wickedness takes depends to a considerable extent on their location.
It came from the depths of the ocean and has since mystified onlookers: the decaying, truck-size body of a hairy sea monster. What it is, no one can yet say. But the beast, which washed ashore on a beach in the Philippine province of Oriental Mindoro on May 11, is likely the remains of a whale, fishery law enforcement officer Vox Krusada told The Sun.
Two modem artists tell satisfying stories of vicious monsters duped by innocents whose only power lies in their courage, virtue and imagination. Though both artists tell. Adapted Front an American Folk Tale.
Australian designer Trent Jansen has created a collection of furniture shaped to resemble scaly and hairy monsters from his country's myths. The pieces, which are a collaboration between Jansen and local studio Broached Commissionswere completed over the course of five years. They blend characteristics of folkloric creatures, as well as real-life animals such as spiny caterpillars.
When scientists visit a tucked-away part of the planet—say, a deep-ocean hydrothermal vent or an isolated jungle mountain—they routinely find dozens of species that have never been documented. It's discoveries like these that allow folks who believe in mythical beasts such as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and El Chupacabra to hold out hope that these creatures actually do exist. In most cases, hope is all they have, as the scientific evidence for these 10 animals of urban legend simply isn't very convincing.
This term is typically used to categorize Bigfoot -like creatures. Most hairy humanoids have been described as primate -like creatures. However, many others are described as cat-like or dog-like.