- Mythical Number: #3255
- Culture: North American
- Attribute: Forest Dweller
- Attribute: Flying
- Behaviour: Neutral
- Common Type: Fearsome Critters
This creature was half-bird, half-animal. While its front was covered in feathers, its back was covered in fir. It had the legs of a cow or buffalo and its head had corkscrew-shaped horns. This creature had three tales- one was flat and was used as a seat, one was barbed with a pointed end used as a weapon, and the other was a peacock tail used to distract flies away.
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Did you find Three-Tailed Banalorous interesting? If you are skilled in art, then why not draw a interesting and exciting picture of the Neutral Three-Tailed Banalorous and send it to this website. Native American myth have been wonderfully collated in this book American Indian Trickster Tales and also in Creative Kids: Native American Tales and Activities. One famous North American creature made it into its own horror film Wendigo (2001) is about a couple and their child who encounter this horrible monster.
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