Friends, we have a lot of disease of the person, that is, O (doubt) if you tell a person that I have seen many people, then I believe that no person will believe in your statement. And in our world, the person does not believe that unless he sees that incident in his own eyes, then friends have given a very interesting time to imagine things to humans and to everyone in the world with their own.Creative system So friends all of you would have seen most of them in films or in Ferre TVs, who used to be the King-Maharaj, they had a great deal of mourning for the animals, and if the king did not like hunting, then he would not be called a king. Was there. And when he used to hunt for the animal, he used to hunt for such animals that the animals would embrace his palace. And he used to die for such animals.
Their homes include buck, lion, anxiety, reindeer And the heads of the rabbit were hanging on the walls. And some things, even though things are improbably wild, it is not a big deal, but thinking that the fantasy is real, let it and it be transmitted as an existent object, and this thing can sometimes prove wrong. They will talk about animals and believe that the animals have no existence either today or today.
Let’s talk about some of the animals that have been popular since time immemorial.
is a mythological creature that has been described as an animal since ancient times, in which a large, pointed, implanted horn is presented from its forehead. The unicorn was painted in ancient seals of the Indus Valley Civilization and was described by ancient writers in accounts of natural history by various authors including Ctesias, Strabo, Pliny the Younger, and Allian.  The Bible describes an animal, Raim, which translates as a rhinoceros into some versions.
Unicorn is considered a symbol of Scotland in Heraldry. Unicorn was chosen because it was seen as a proud and pregnant animal that would have died in comparison to being captured, such as Scots fight for the lord and unconnected.  Two Unicorn supported the Royal arms of the King of Scots, and since the 1707 Union of England and Scotland, the United Kingdom’s imperial arms were supported by a rhinoceros with an English lion.There are two versions of royal weapons: Scotland’s elements used in Scotland are given more emphasis, keeping the rhinoceros on the left and giving it a crown, while the English version used in England and elsewhere Makes more importance.
a living lamb attached by its navel to a short stem rooted in the earth. The stem, or stalk, on which the lamb was thus suspended above the ground was sufficiently flexible to allow the animal to bend downward, and browse on the herbage within its reach. When all the grass within the length of its tether had been consumed the stem withered and the lamb died. This plant-lamb was reported to have bones, blood, and delicate flesh, and to be a favorite food of wolves…
Medieval Europeans were tantalized by the mysterious legend of a so-called plant-animal dubbed the “vegetable lamb” or “Barometz,” which was believed to be a creature that was part animal and part plant and which supplied soft, white fiber thought to be a type of fine wool. This plant-animal was described as
This may be hard to believe, yet at one point many did believe in the existence of the Bonnacon. This mystical bull-ish creature was said to have the mane of a horse, body of a bull, and would use its poop as a weapon. This fictitious creature was once said to shoot acidic feces over 600 meters towards enemies.
In Medieval folklore and bestiaries, the Aspidochelone (also called the Asp-Turtle) was a gigantic combination of an asp and a turtle that lived in the ocean. It was so large, sailors would mistake it for an island. The Aspidochelone even had trees and bushes growing on its shell. The sailors would often drown when the turtle dived back in the ocean. Usually, this occurred when the sailors started a campfire on its back. It might have originated with reports of an Irish monk who traveled on the ocean or the stories about Sindbad’s voyages, one of which involved Sindbad and his crew debarking on a small island, lighting some fires for cooking,
the island shaking and diving beneath the waves, taking some of Sindbad’s crew to watery graves and leading to Sindbad being adrift on the sea alone. He reported a creature which looked like an island, but went beneath the waves. Most medieval drawings depicted it as a large fish instead of the asp-turtle mix. Its name is derived from the Greek words “aspido” + “chelone”, which mean “shield” and “turtle”. The title it gives, Aspidochelone Sinker, derives from its island nature, meaning to slay the beast is to cause it (the “island”) to sink.
Whether the jackalope actually exists or is simply a hoax popularized by a Douglas, Wyoming resident in 1939, is still hotly debated today.
For those who believe, the jackalope is said to be an antlered species of rabbit, sometimes rumored to be extinct. One of the rarest animals in the world, it is a cross between a now extinct pygmy-deer and a species of killer-rabbit. However, occasional sightings of this rare creature continue to occur, with small pockets of jackalope populations persisting in the American West. The antlered species of rabbit are brownish in color, weight between three and five pounds, and move with lighting speeds of up to 90 miles per hour
They are said to be vicious when attacked and use their antlers to fight, thus they are sometimes called the “warrior rabbit.”
The jackalope was first encountered by John Colter, one of the first white men to enter what would one day be the State of Wyoming.
#6-De Loys’ Ape
Today we’re going to point the skeptical eye at one of the many cryptids known from some scant evidence. Our subject is De Loys’ Ape, also called Ameranthropoides loysi. It is said to be an unknown species of primate, walking bipedally through the jungles of South America like a hominid, having no tail like an ape, but bearing the physical appearance of a monkey. It stands one and a half meters tall (four and a half feet) and is known primarily from a single photograph, taken by an oil expedition in Venezuela sometime around 1920.
A dragon is a legendary creature, typically scaled or fire-spewing and with serpentine, reptilian or avian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures around world. The two most well-known cultural traditions of dragon are
Sorry to break it to you ‘Game of Thrones’ fans- dragons did not actually exist. It’s believed, Chinese scholar Lei Xiao first mentioned the fire-breathing beasts. However, they have appeared in the lore of dozens of cultures throughout the centuries. Luckily for humanity, dragons are only a figment of our imagination.