Cuelebre- Asturian and cantabrian myth: a winged serpent that lived in a cave and guarded treasure. They are immortal. Their scales grow thick and impenetrable with age. They sometimes go out and attack villages by eating people and cattle.
Aufhocker- German folklore: a very dangerous shapeshifter that has no defined shape. It usually took the form of a wolf-like beast to leap upon the backs of people and bite their throat out. Sunlight and church bells frighten it. It cannot be killed.
(Art by Victor P Corbella) Eloko (plural: Bikolo) Origins-Mongo tribe (Congo) Zaire Habitat- Rainforest Dwarf/trolls Eloko (pl, Biloko) is a term in a Mongo-Nkundo language referring to a kind of dwarf-like creature that lives in the forests.
Ajatar- Finnish myth: a female serpent creature of the woods that spawned the devil himself. She spreads disease and famine wherever she goes. She suckles all manned of serpents. She can appear as a dragon also.
Guivre- French myth: a relatively small creature that had a serpentine body and a dragon head. It had venomous breath and was very aggressive. However aggressive it was, it was scared of naked people; turning its head if one revealed their shame.