1. Chupacabra (Puerto Rico Mythology)
Chubacabra is the legendary creature that was first reported to suck the blood of goats, rabbits, dogs, chickens and other animals allegedly seen in Puerto Rico in 1995.
A creature said to be like a hairless dog according to the claim in America is a terrible-looking creature said to be able to stand on two legs according to Puerto Rican rumors.
2. Baba Yaga (Turkish – Altay – Bulgarian Mythology)
Being a demon-like entity known in Turkish as Yek, being a symbol of evil and evil of mankind.
The Turkish and Altaic beliefs are described as follows; He is a short and strong entity. The world represents dark forces. He lives underground. It is also linked to the evil spirit named Yaka.
In Bulgarian culture there is a witch figure called Yaga. There are also meanings such as ‘bad soul, illness created by the devil, harm’. In other dictionaries, ‘iig’ and ‘iklig’ in the form of disease is also included. Maniheism is also used in the sense of devil.
3 . Gamyun (Slavic Mythology)
Gamyun, which is thought to belong to Slavic mythology, is normally portrayed as a large bird with a female head. It is known as the symbol of your wisdom and wisdom.
4. Curupira (Brazilian Mythology)
A genie-looking creature said to belong to Brazilian mythology. In Western Africa and Europe it was generally regarded as an evil figure.
5. Kumiho (Korean Mythology)
The creature belongs to Korean mythology. According to the legend, knowledge is like this, 100 people have to eat the liver to get the human form. It is incredibly beautiful and a painting is imprisoned. To survive, one must have nine queues in the picture.
6 . White Lady (ghost) – White Women – Dames Blanches (French Mythology)
The legendary creature created by French mythology. Not technically a creature, actually. Dames Blanches or White Women are expressed as a group of white beautiful women who meet young men dancing to cross the bridges.
They ask whether they want to dance after crossing or crossing the bridge, and they never show their bad faces.
If it is rejected, it is said that the youngsters are dragged down from the bridge or tortured.
7 . Black Annis (English Mythology)
A creature belonging to British mythology. The history books speak of being blue-faced and very ugly.
It can be thought of as today’s Boogeyman. In reality it is a witch or a witch with a fingernail.
As every witch has done, there are children at the target.
8 . Koschei the Deathless – (Slavic Mythology)
This immortal creature is also a legend from the slavas.
The most important feature is immortality. There is only one way to kill him: to destroy the soul.
It is impossible to find the Spirit. Because it hides the soul in the form of a needle. The needle has beneath one of the trees in a terrible island that no one dared to go.
9 . Gugalanna (Sumerian Mythology)
This creature, portrayed as the Bull of Heaven, reflects the way the gods intervene in the Gilgamesh Epic.
Astrology experts say that Gugalanna is now known as a god known as the bull-bearer.
10 . European Dragonu (Greek Mythology)
I do not think you need to tell Dragon, but in summary; A reptile that has wings in the wings of the wings, that produces fires in the cities that you are visiting.
As it is in the Hobbit movie, it has not been seen by anyone else since it was drawn into a cave full of its own inner gold.