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Magical creatures that thrive in the Philippines.


Aswang




Aswang
- Ghoul in Filipino folklore.
A normal person by day that turns
into a voracious creature at night,
feasting on dead body and
human flesh.








-Philippine version of a
gigantic serpent.
The Bakunawa is considered
a deity in Philippine Mythology













Bakunawa

Kapre



Kapre
- a Philippine mythical creature
known as the tree-residing giant
or the tree demon.
It is often described as a giant
hairy man smoking tobacco.






-Mythical creature in the Philippine folklore
who is described as "the one who
separates itself from its lower body."








Manananggal

Tikbalang




Tikbalang
-Demon horse that lurks in
the mountains and forests.
In Filipino folklore, it is believed
that when the sun shines during a
rain shower, a Tikbalang is getting
married.





Tiyanak
- Demon child in
Philippine mythology



Tiyanak






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