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✮ One of the Toltec Warrior sculptures or Atlantean Men on top of the Temple of Quetzalcoatl at the ruins of Tula, Hidalgo state, Mexico

One of the Toltec Warrior sculptures on top of the Temple of Quetzalcoatl at the ruins of Tula, Hidalgo state, Mexico

A mythological creature called an Enfield - I do think the idea of this creature might make for a good tattoo for me!

You know griffins, and basilisks, and cockatrices.but do you recall, the least famous chimera of all? The enfield? One of the least known chimeras, the enfield is a mythological beast most commonly (when seen at all) used in European heraldry.

Akhlut (Beast/ Chimerae/Shapeshifter)(Huge) – When the Amarok evolves it becomes a top predator on both land and sea, it drives away all other predators from it's territories with fierce blizzards. They appear to be a mix of amarok and orca in their natural form, but can take the form of a full orca when in water. They shapeshift so fast that the eye can rarely see the change. (Inuit)

Akhlut (Beast/ Chimerae/Shapeshifter)(Huge) – When the Amarok evolves it becomes a top predator on both land and sea, it drives away all other predators from it's territories with fierce blizzards. They appear to be a mix of amarok and orca in their natur

Hmmm. The wolpertinger is actually sort of cute when you think about it. | The Most Bizarre Mythological Creatures From Around The World

In Bavarian folklore, a wolpertinger is an animal said to inhabit the alpine forests of Bavaria in Germany. It has a body comprised from various animal parts — generally wings, antlers, tails and fangs, all attached to the body of a small mammal