The BUNYIP or KLANPRATY, aka Yowie-Whowie, common in the legends & stories of Australian Aboriginal tribes, is a cryptid Hominid reputed to lurk in the Australian outback. The origin of the word bunyip has been traced to the Wemba-Wemba or Wergaia language of Aboriginal people of South-Eastern Australia. Writer Robert Holden identified at least 9 regional variations for the creature across Australia.
Phooka, Brian Froud & Alan Lee - The Púca (Irish for goblin) is a creature of Celtic folklore, notably in Ireland, the West of Scotland, and Wales. It is one of the myriad fairy folk, and, like many fairy folk, is both respected and feared by those who believe in it.
Saehrimnir. The wild boar that is killed and eaten every night by the gods and einherjar in Norse mythology. Slaughtered and prepared by Andhrimnir, the cook of the gods. Each day after Saehrimnir is eaten he comes back to life and so he can be killed and eaten again.