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15 Animals From Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The movie “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” created a fantasy animal world full of imagination, here is an inventory of 15 magical animals that appeared in the film.

  • No.1 Niffler
  • No.2 Occamy
  • No.3 Bowtruckle
  • No.4 Demiguise
  • No.5 Murtlap
  • No.6 Graphorn
  • No.7 Nundu
  • No.8 Mooncalf
  • No.9 Diricawl
  • No.10 Fwooper
  • No.11 Billywig
  • No.12 Erumpent
  • No.13 Thunderbird
  • No.14 Swooping Evil
  • No.15 Obscurial

No.1 Niffler

Niffler is a burrowing animal in Britain. This animal is covered in black fur all over, with a long snout, and a particular preference for everything that glitters. Monsters often raise Nifflers to excavate treasures deep underground. Although Niffler has a gentle personality and may even be affectionate towards you, it can cause damage to your belongings, so don’t keep it at home. Niffler lives in its own nest, usually 20 feet underground, and give birth of six to eight baby Nifflers every breeding season.

Niffler Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.2 Occamy

In the Far East and India, people can see Occamy. It is a winged two legged animal with the body of a snake, feathers on its body, and a body length of up to fifteen feet. Bird snakes mainly feed on domestic mice and birds, but it is understood that they also prey on monkeys. The bird snake will attack anyone who approaches it. Especially when it is protecting the egg; Its eggshell is very much made of the purest and softest silver.

Occamy Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.3 Bowtruckle

Bowtruckle is an animal that protects trees. It is mainly found in some forests in western England, Southern Germany and Scandinavia. It has two small brown eyes, which are extremely difficult to see due to its small size (up to eight inches) and its appearance, which is composed of bark and small branches.

Bowtruckle is a calm and extremely shy creature that feeds on insects. However, if the tree it inhabits is threatened, They can also become very violent
, they will jump down and pounce at the lumberjack or tree repair expert who is trying to destroy its home, using its long and sharp fingers to dig into their eyes. If a wizard dedicates ground beetle to Bowtruckle, it will be comforted for a long time, so that he or she can take wood from the tree to make magic wands.

Bowtruckle pointed fingers can unlock doors, some wizard use them to steal.

The name Bowtrunk: “bow” has multiple meanings in English, but it also comes from an ancient and abandoned Scottish dialect, meaning “to live”. At the same time, the English word “bough”, which is rooted in it, means the branch of a tree; In English, ‘truck’ means ‘dependent or dependent’.

Bowtruckle Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.4 Demiguise

Demiguise are a gentle and quiet herbivorous animal that looks a bit like an elegantly posed ape man. Their large black eyes are often hidden in their hair, exuding a hint of sadness. Its entire body is covered with long, shiny silver hair like silk. The value of invisible animal fur is high because its fur can be used to weave invisibility vests.

Wizards also use these fur to make invisible items, but Harry’s cloak is not. Demiguise have a precognitive sight for high probability events, so if you want to catch them, you must do something very unpredictable.

Looking forward to the release of the new movie will bring us more fantastic animals

Demiguise Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.5 Murtlap

Everything happened too fast to get a clear picture. It was the one that Jacob came out of and bit him after he picked up the wrong box.

This is a marine rat with sea anemone tentacles on its back.

Eating the tentacles of the muttla rat can ward off bad luck, but if you eat too much, it will grow purple ear hair.

The Murtlap Essence secreted by the tentacles can heal cuts and scrapes, and Harry used this to heal after being tortured by Umbridge.

Murtlap Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.6 Graphorn

Horned camels are alpine creatures native to Europe, and their hide is harder than dragon hide, able to resist most spells.

The golden horn of the horned camel has a high potion value and can be used to make antidote for rare poisons.

Stupid mountain trolls like to use horned camels as mounts, but horned camels don’t like them, so you’ll find that trolls usually have scars from the horned camels.

Graphorn Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.7 Nundu

Magical creature native to East Africa that is the size of an elephant despite being a leopard.

It can exhale a gas that is highly poisonous and contains a large number of germs, so a poisoned leopard can easily wipe out a village. Normally, it would take at least 100 wizards to deal with one dragon, compared to the fact that only 10 people can deal with dragons, which is really cute.

How Newt tamed one of these creatures is still a mystery.

Nundu Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.8 Mooncalf

Remember those creatures that Newt asked Jacob to feed? It’s these little things:

Moon idiots are very shy by nature, and they only come out to meet people on the night of the full moon. Moon idiots will dance under the moonlight. It is said that this is their mating ritual, but the wheat field pattern created by this behavior has always been let Muggles are puzzled.

Mooncalf Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.9 Diricawl

It was another magical animal that flashed by, those chocobos that could not fly but could move instantly, and the venomous leopard wanted to bite but failed.

Muggles call them the dodo, but because Muggles don’t know about the teleportation ability of the ball-stalking bird, they think they have made the bird extinct.

Diricawl Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.10 Fwooper

Do you remember this pink thing?

Actually it looks like this:

I remember it also appeared briefly later in the film.

The witch bird is also a magical creature native to Africa. It is divided into four colors: orange, pink, yellow and lime green (lime green).

Their singing can drive people crazy, so wizards usually cast a Silencing Charm on them.

Witchbird feathers are often turned into quills, and the eggs they lay are naturally patterned.

Fwooper Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.11 Billywig

After being stung by a Billywig bug, they will first be dazzled and then float. Because of this magical phenomenon, many young Australian wizards will deliberately catch Billywig bugs to sting themselves.

Too much sting though can send you flying for days on end, and some people who are allergic to the bug may never get off.

Billywig Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.12 Erumpent

The hide of a horned beast is also resistant to most spells, and their horns can pierce metal, and the poisonous magic substance inside the horn can make anything explode.

But if you don’t provoke the horned beasts, they are actually quite gentle.

Erumpent Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.13 Thunderbird

There is indeed such a creature in Indian mythology, and it was not invented by Rowling, but the original image was not so eye-catching, it was just an ordinary big bird.

Thunderbird Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.14 Swooping Evil

It is simply a hidden weapon.

Winged demons can eat human brains, so they are quite dangerous. But it can be docile if tamed.

Its venom can erase bad memories if properly diluted.

Swooping Evil Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find

No.15 Obscurial

Of course I have to mention this, just being an actor is very seductive.

In fact, Moran is not an animal, but a form of wizard.

If a wizard child suppresses his magic power due to psychological problems, he may become silent and explode from time to time.

Obscurial Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find


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