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Philippine Mythological Creatures Series #3 - Kapre Kapre = a Filipino mythological creature that’s tall, hairy, and is always sporting a tobacco cigar or pipe. They say that if a Kapre is attracted to a woman, he will follow her throughout life. Translation: Nagmamahal, Kapre = Love, Kapre Malapit na! = coming soon!
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Philippine Mythological Creatures Series #2 - Nuno Sa Punso Nuno sa Punso, which literally translates into ancestor of the anthill, is a vengeful goblin who does harm to those who destroy/disturb his mound. *Tabi Tabi Po - Please move to the side I will be passing by --> Filipino phrase used to warn evil creatures/spirits when someone wants to pass through the creatures' territories. nuno sa punso, dwarf, anthill, goblin, philippine, mythical, creature, monster, illustration, poster
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Manananggal A Manananggal is the Filipino counterpart of the vampire. The creature is “capable of severing its upper torso in order to fly into the night with huge bat-like wings to prey on unsuspecting, pregnant women in their homes; using an elongated proboscis-like tongue, it sucks the hearts of fetuses or the blood of an unsuspecting, sleeping victim. It is known to whip its hair in urban forests, causing hurricanes all over the globe. The severed lower torso is left standing, and it is said to be the more vulnerable of the two halves.” * “Akin na ang baby mo” = Give me your baby! manananggal, vampire, moon, night, sky, philippine, mythical, creature, monster, illustration, poster
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Philippine Mythological Creatures Series #4 - hokoy The Shokoy is the Filipino counterpart of a merman. Unlike its close relatives, the Shokoy is essentially a green-scaled humanoid fish with gills and fins and webbed feet.
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