Matt Petherick
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.'The Dobhar-chú is a creature of Irish folklore and a cryptid. Dobhar-chú is roughly translated into "water hound." It resembles both a dog and an otter though sometimes is described as a half dog, half fish. It lives in water and has fur with protective properties.'

.'The Dobhar-chú is a creature of Irish folklore and a cryptid. Dobhar-chú is roughly translated into "water hound." It resembles both a dog and an otter though sometimes is described as a half dog, half fish. It lives in water and has fur with protective properties.'

Ipotane: In Greek Mythology they were a rare of half horse half humans. They were considered the original version of the centaurs

Ipotane: In Greek Mythology they were a rare of half horse half humans. They were considered the original version of the centaurs