El pájaro diablo conocido localmente como Ulama es un animal mitológico del folklore de Sri Lanka y de la India que se dice que emite terroríficos gritos humanos. Según las leyendas, se cree que el grito de este pájaro anuncia la llegada de la muerte. El origen del mito todavía es cuestión de debate, aunque el Búho de Nepal (Bubo nipalensis) parece ser la base real de las leyendas

El pájaro diablo conocido localmente como Ulama es un animal mitológico del folklore de Sri Lanka y de la India que se dice que emite terroríficos gritos humanos. Según las leyendas, se cree que el grito de este pájaro anuncia la llegada de la muerte. El origen del mito todavía es cuestión de debate, aunque el Búho de Nepal (Bubo nipalensis) parece ser la base real de las leyendas

Ly erg- Scottish myth: a faery that dresses like a soldier but is really small. He has a red hand, stained with the blood of his many victims. He wanders on the side of roads near water. Its best to retreat when prompted to a fight with it for it will kill you within the fortnight.

Ly erg- Scottish myth: a faery that dresses like a soldier but is really small. He has a red hand, stained with the blood of his many victims. He wanders on the side of roads near water. Its best to retreat when prompted to a fight with it for it will kill you within the fortnight.

Bogies are short, dark, and furry goblins who like to scare children, as they are the only ones who can easily see them. They are quite sly and mischevious, but are not very intelligent.    They are small with black fur, and have red eyes that occasionaly glow with mischeif.

Bogies are short, dark, and furry goblins who like to scare children, as they are the only ones who can easily see them. They are quite sly and mischevious, but are not very intelligent. They are small with black fur, and have red eyes that occasionaly glow with mischeif.

v. 3 - A natural history of birds : - Biodiversity Heritage Library         [1731-1738]

v. 3 - A natural history of birds : - Biodiversity Heritage Library [1731-1738]

'Scotopelia peli, Pel's fishing owl' by Joseph Wolf (1859)... ”found throughout most of sub-Saharan Africa. It is one of the largest owls in the world.

'Scotopelia peli, Pel's fishing owl' by Joseph Wolf (1859)... ”found throughout most of sub-Saharan Africa. It is one of the largest owls in the world.

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