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An A-Z of Fantastic Beasts - M

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Moke: A lizard whose skin is highly prized for moneybags and purses due to its ability to shrink at the approach of strangers and thieves.

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Mooncalf: A creature that emerges from its burrow at the full moon. Dances create "crop circles" in wheat fields. Dung is valuable.

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Murtlap: Ratlike creature with a growth on its back that looks like a sea anemone. Growth has magical properties.

An A-Z of Fantastic Beasts - N

FB, p. 30      

Niffler: Fluffy black creature used by goblins to dig for treasure.

FB, pp. 30-31      

Nogtail: A demon resembling a piglet who will suckle at an ordinary pig. Causes blight on farms.

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Nundu: Most dangerous creature in the world. Giant leopard whose breath causes virulent disease.

An A-Z of Fantastic Beasts - O

FB, p. 31      

Occamy: Serpentine creature with wings and two legs. Fiercely protective of its eggs.

An A-Z of Fantastic Beasts - P

FB, p. 32      

Phoenix: Brilliantly plumed bird capable of regeneration by bursting into flame at its death and rising from the ashes as a baby bird. Gentle and fiercely loyal.

FB, p. 32      

Pixie: Electric blue pest that enjoys playing practical jokes. Wingless but capable of flying.

FB, pp. 32-33      

Plimpy: Spherical fish with two long legs. Feeds on water snails.



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