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UPPER PART HUMAN

• Anggitay – A strictly-female creature that has the upper body of a human with the lower body of a horse.
• Centaur – A creature that has the upper body of a human with the lower body of a horse.
• Onocentaur – A creature that has the upper body of a human with the lower body of a donkey.
• Ipotane – A human with the hindquarters of a horse.
• Satyr – Originally an ancient Greek nature spirit with the body of a man, but the long tail and pointed ears of a horse.
• Silenos - A tutor to Dionysus who is virtually identical to satyrs and normally indistinguishable, although sometimes depicted as more elderly.[

HUMAN-GOAT HYBRIDS

• Faun – An ancient Roman nature spirit with the body of a man, but the legs and horns of a goat.
• Glaistig – A Scottish fairy or ghost who can take the form of a goat-human hybrid.
• Pan – The god of the wild and protector of shepherds, who has the body of a man, but the legs and horns of a goat. He is often heard playing a flute.
• Krampus — A Germanic mythical figure of obscure origin. It is often depicted with the legs and horns of a goat, the body of a man, and animalistic facial features.

HUMAN-BIRD HYBRIDS

• Alkonost – A creature from Russian folklore with the head of a woman with the body of a bird, said to make beautiful sounds that make anyone who hears them forget all that they know and not want anything more ever again.
• Gamayun – A Russian creature portrayed with the head of a woman and the body of a bird.
• Inmyeonjo – A human face with bird body creature in ancient Korean mythology.
• Harpy – A half-bird, half-woman creature of Greek mythology, portrayed sometimes as a woman with bird wings and legs.
• Kinnara – Half-human, half-bird in later Indian mythology.
• Lamia – Woman with duck feet.
• Lilitu – A woman with bird legs (and sometimes wings) found in Mesopotamian mythology.
• Siren – Half-bird, half-woman creature of Greek mythology, who lured sailors to their deaths with their singing voices.
• Sirin – Half-bird, half-human creature with the head and chest of a woman from Russian folklore. Its bird half is generally that of an owl’s body.
• Uchek Langmeidong - A half-woman and half-hornbill creature in Manipuri folklore, depicted as a girl who was turned into a bird to escape from her stepmother’s torture in the absence of her father.

HUMAN-FISH HYBRIDS

• Atargatis – Human face, fish body.
• Ichthyocentaurs – Creatures that have the torsos of a man or woman, the front legs of a horse, and the tails of a fish.
• Jengu – A water spirit
• Matsya – An avatar of Lord Vishnu that is half-man half-fish.
• Mermaid/Merman – A race of half-human, half-fish creatures.
• Sirena – A mermaid from Philippine folklore.
• Siyokoy – Mermen with scaled bodies from Philippine folklore. It is the male counterpart of the Sirena.
• Triton - A Greek God and the son of Poseidon who has the same description as the Merman. Some depictions have him with two fish tails.

HUMAN-SNAKE HYBRIDS

• Draconope (snake-feet) – “Snake-feet are large and powerful serpents, with faces very like those of human maidens and necks ending in serpent bodies” as described by Vincent of Beauvais.
• Echidna – A half-woman and half-snake monster that lives inside a cave.
• Fu Xi – A god said to have been made by Nu Wa.
• Ketu – An Asura who has the lower parts of a snake and said to have four arms.
• Lamia – Like a mermaid but with the lower body like that of a snake and is usually female.
• Nāga – A term referring to human/snake mixes of all kinds.
• Nü Wa – A woman with the lower body of a serpent in Chinese folklore.
• Nure-onna – A creature with the head of a woman and body of a snake.
• Tlanchana – An aquatic deity that is part woman and part snake.
• Zhuyin – A creature with the face of a man and the body of a snake.

OTHER HYBRIDS

• Adlet – A human with dog legs.
• Bes – An Egyptian god with the hindquarters of a lion.
• Keibu Keioiba - A tiger-headed human in Manipuri folklore.
• Kurma – Upper-half human, lower half tortoise.
• Kusarikku – A demon with the head, arms, and torso of a human and the ears, horns, and hindquarters of a bovine.
• Nandi – Some Puranas describe Nandi or Nandikeshvara as bull-faced, with a human body that resembles that of Shiva in proportion and aspect.
• Penghou – A creature with the face of a man and the body of a dog.
• Scorpion Man – Half-man half-scorpion.

HUMAN-HEADED HYBRIDS

• Avatea – A Mangaian god that has the right half of a man and the left half of a fish.
• Bai Ze – The descriptions vary for this beast.
• Buraq – A creature from Arabic iconography that has the head of a man and the body of a winged horse.
• Hatuibwari – A dragon-like creature with the head of a human with four eyes, the body of a serpent, and the wings of a bat.
• Kamadhenu – A bovine creature with the head of a human, the body of a cow, the wings of a bird, and the tail of a peacock.
• Kusarikku – A demon with the head, arms, and torso of a human and the ears, horns, and hindquarters of a bovine.
• Manticore – A Persian legendary creature similar to the Egyptian sphinx. It has the body of a red lion, a human face with three rows of teeth, sometimes bat-like wings, and a trumpet-like voice.
• Meduza – A sea creature from Russian folklore with the head of a maiden and the body of a striped beast, having a dragon tail with a snake’s mouth and elephant legs with the same snake mouths.
• Sphinx – A creature with the head of a human, the body of a lion, and occasional wings of a bird.
• Shedu – A deity that is often depicted with a human head, a bull’s body or lion’s body, and a bird’s wings.

ANIMAL-HEADED HYBRIDS

• Abraxas – A god-like Gnostic creature with many different types of portrayals, many of which as different types of hybrids.
• Anubis – The jackal-headed Egyptian God.
• Baphomet – Traditionally depicted as an anthropomorphic creature with goat’s head
• Bastet – The cat-headed Egyptian Goddess.
• Bird goddess – Vinca figures of a woman with a bird head
• Cernunnos – An ancient Gaulish/Celtic God with a head of a stag.
• Chi You – In some sources has the head of a bull.
• Cynocephalus – A dog-headed creature.
• Daksha – His head was replaced by a goat’s after a beheading.
• Ganesha – An elephant-headed God.
• Garuda – A creature that has the head and wings of an eagle and body of a man.
• Hayagriva – A horse-headed avatar.
• Heqet – The frog-headed Egyptian God.
• Horse-Face – A horse-headed guardian or type of guardian of the Underworld in Chinese mythology.
• Horus, Monthu, Ra, and Seker – Each of these Egyptian Gods has the head of a falcon or hawk.
• Karasu-tengu – A crow-type Tengu.
• Karura – A divine creature of Japanese Hindu-Buddhist mythology with the head of a bird and the torso of a human.
• Keibu Keioiba - A tiger headed human, who was a priest voluntarily transformed his body, in Manipuri folklore.
• Khepri – The dung beetle-headed Egyptian God.
• Khnum – The ram-headed Egyptian God.
• Kuk – Kuk’s male form has a frog head while his female form has a snake head.
• Maahes, Pakhet, Sekhmet, and Tefnut – Each of these Egyptian Gods has the head of a lion.
• Meretseger – The cobra-headed Egyptian Goddess.
• Minotaur – A creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man. Some depictions have it also sporting the tail and/or hindquarters of a bull.
• Nandi – Some Puranas describe Nandi or Nandikeshvara as bull-faced, with a human body that resembles that of Shiva in proportion and aspect.
• Narasimha – A Hindu deity with a lion-like face.
• Ox-Head – An ox-headed guardian or type of guardian of the Underworld in Chinese mythology.
• Pratyangira – A Hindu Goddess having the head of a lion.
• Sekmet – The lioness-headed Egyptian Goddess.
• Set – The sha-headed Egyptian God.
• Sobek – The crocodile-headed Egyptian God.
• Taweret – The hippopotamus-headed Egyptian Goddess.
• Thoth – The ibis-headed Egyptian God.
• Varaha – A boar-headed avatar.
• Zhu Bajie – A pig-headed major character of the novel Journey to the West.

HUMAN WITH ANIMAL PARTS HYBRIDS

• Angel – Humanoid creatures who are generally depicted with bird-like wings.
• Drakaina – A female species from Greek mythology that is draconian in nature, primarily depicted as a woman with dragon features.
• Fairy – A humanoid with insect-like wings.
• Mothman – A humanoid moth.
• Seraph – An elite angel with multiple wings.
• Winged genie – A genie with bird wings.
• Anansi - A West African god, also known as Ananse, Kwaku Ananse, and Anancy. In the Americas he is known as Nancy, Aunt Nancy and Sis’ Nancy.
• Hathor – An Egyptian goddess with cow horns.
• Horned God – A god with horns.
• Bat – An Egyptian goddess with the horns and ears of a cow.
• Gorgon – Each of them has snakes in place of their hair; sometimes also depicted with a snake-like lower body.

PART ANIMAL PART HUMAN HYBRIDS

• Selkie – A seal that becomes a human by shedding its skin on land.
• Werecat – A creature that is part cat, part human, or switches between the two.
• Werewolf – A creature that becomes a wolf/human-like beast during the nights of full moons, but is human otherwise.

NON-HUMAN HYBRIDS

• Pegasus – A horse with the wings of a bird.
• Peryton – A deer with the wings of a bird.
• Winged Cat – A cat with the wings of a bird.
• Winged Lion – A lion with the wings of a bird.

TWO ANIMALS HYBRIDS

• Allocamelus – A Heraldic creature that has the head of a donkey and the body of a camel.
• Cockatrice – A mix between a chicken and a reptile.
• Cerberus – A Greek mythological dog that guarded the gates of the underworld, almost always portrayed with three heads and occasionally having a mane of serpents, as well as the front half of one for a tail.
• Criosphinx – A Sphinx that has the head of a ram.
• Feathered serpent - A Mesoamerican spirit deity that possessed a snake-like body and feathered wings.
• Gajamina – A creature with the head of an elephant and body of a fish.
• Gajasimha – A creature with the head of an elephant and the body of a lion.
• Griffin – A creature with the front quarters of an eagle and the hind quarters of a lion.
• Gye-lyong – A creature with the head of a chicken and the body of a dragon.
• Hieracosphinx – A type of Sphinx that had a falcon head.
• Hippalectryon – A creature with the front half of a horse and the rear half has a rooster’s wings, tail, and legs.
• Hippocampus (or Hippocamp) – A Greek mythological creature that is half-horse half-fish.
• Hippogriff – A creature with the front quarters of an eagle and hind quarters of a horse.
• Longma – A winged horse with dragon scales.
• Merlion – Also know as a Sea Lion or morse, Is a creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish.
• Ophiotaurus – A creature that is half-bull half-serpent.
• Pamola - A creature from Abenaki mythology with a human body, the head of a moose, and wings and feet of an eagle that protects Maine’s tallest mountain.
• Sea-goat – A creature that is half-goat half-fish, and identified with the constellation Capricornus.
• Serpopard – A creature that is part-snake and part-African leopard.
• Shug Monkey – A creature that is part-monkey and part-dog.
• Skvader – A Swedish creature with the forequarters and hind-legs of a hare and the back, wings and tail of a female wood grouse.
• Tatzelwurm – A creature with the face of a cat and a serpentine body.
• Ushi-oni – A Yōkai with a horned bovine head and spider-like body.

THREE ANIMALS HYBRIDS

• Ammit – An Egyptian creature with the head of a crocodile, the front legs of a lion, and the back legs and hindquarters of a hippopotamus.
• Chimera – A Greek mythology creature with the head and front legs of a lion, the head and back legs of a goat, and the head of a snake for a tail. Said to be able to breathe fire from lion’s mouth.
• Jackalope – A jackrabbit with the horns of a pronghorn and sometimes the tail and/or legs of a pheasant.
• Sharabha – A Hindu mythological creature having the head of a lion, the legs of deer, and the wings of bird.
• Simurgh – A griffin-like creature of Persian mythology with the head of a dog and the claws of a lion.
• Wyvern – A creature with a dragon’s head and wings, a reptilian body, two legs, and a tail often ending in a diamond- or arrow-shaped tip.

FOUR ANIMALS HYBRIDS

• Enfield – A Heraldic creature with the head of a fox, the forelegs and sometimes wings of an eagle, the body of a lion, and the tail of a wolf.
• Hatsadiling – A mythical creature with the head and body of a lion, trunk and tusks of an elephant, the comb of a cock, and the wings of a bird.[10]
• Monoceros – A creature with the head of a stag, the body of a horse, the feet of an elephant, and the tail of a boar.
• Nue – A Japanese creature with a monkey head, tiger’s legs, Tanuki body, and the front half of a snake for a tail.
• Questing Beast – A creature with the head and tail of a serpent, the feet of a deer, the body of a lion, and the haunches of a leopard.
• Tarasque – A French dragon with the head of a lion, six short legs similar to that of bear legs, the body of an ox, the shell of a turtle, and a scorpion stinger-tipped tail.
• Wolpertinger – A creature with the head of a rabbit, the antlers of a deer, and the legs and wings of a bird.
• Yali – A Hindu creature with the head of a lion, the tusks of an elephant, the body of a cat, and the tail of a serpent.
• Ypotryll – A Heraldic creature with the tusked head of a boar, the humped body of a camel, the legs and hooves of an ox or goat, and the tail of a snake.

FIVE OR MORE ANIMALS HYBRIDS

Navagunjara, has limb representing eight animals, including a human hand.
• Alebrije – A brightly colored creature from Mexican mythology.
• Baku – A Japanese creature with the head of an elephant, the eyes of a rhinoceros, the legs of a tiger, the body of a bear and the tail of an ox.
• Calygreyhound – A mythical creature described as having the head of a wildcat, the torso of a deer or antelope, the claws of an eagle as its forefeet, ox hooves, antlers or horns on its head, the hind legs of a lion or ox and its tail like a lion or poodle.
• Fenghuang – A Chinese creature with the head of a golden pheasant, the body of a mandarin duck, the tail of a peacock, the legs of a crane, the mouth of a parrot and the wings of a swallow.
• Navagunjara – A Hindu creature with the head of a rooster, neck of a peacock, back of a bull, tail as a serpent, three legs of an elephant, tiger and deer or horse, fourth limb being a human hand holding a lotus.
• Pulgasari [ko]/Bulgasari - see Pulgasari for modern rendering
• Pyinsarupa – A Burmese creature made of a bullock, carp, elephant, horse and the dragon.
• Qilin – A Chinese creature with the head of a dragon, the antlers of a deer, the scales of a fish, the hooves of an ox, and the tail of a lion. The Japanese version is described as a deer-shaped dragon with the tail of an ox.
• Wolpertinger - Descriptions vary.

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