Inktober Monstrosities: B for Bunyip

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The Bunyip is something as rare as a creature from Australian aboriginal mythology, that lurks in swamps, lakes and rivers. It is described as " dog-like face, a crocodile-like head, dark fur, a horse-like tail, flippers, and walrus-like tusks or horns, or a duck-like bill."

It appeared first in the Fiend Folio, and later in second edition, but has since largely disappeared into obscurity.

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