- Mythical Number: #0012
- Culture: African
- Attribute: Sorcery and Medicinal
- Behaviour: Friendly
- Common Type: Fairies and Nymphs
The Abatwa are African fairies that live with ants. The only show themselves to Wizards, children and pregnant women. It is said that if a pregnant woman sees one in the seventh month of pregnancy, then she will give birth to a boy.
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