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  1. Ivan Stoikov - Allan Bard
    Ivan Stoikov - Allan Bard at |

    WOW! Great info, good article! It seems the men who first thought up the mythical creatures were the first writers so to speak? Any writer could learn a lot from articles like yours I guess, the old creatures like vampires, wizards, dragons are too ordinary already, so I guess any author should create new? I strive for that in my books: weightless korks, fish-keepers, rock pieces, glowing, living balls, Brown faces, etc.
    Thanks for sharing this info! It could be very useful for any author! Best wishes!

    1. Nathanael Hood
      Nathanael Hood at |

      Well, I am ecstatic that you liked the list. I sincerely hope that it will help you in the future!

      1. Ivan Stoikov - Allan Bard
        Ivan Stoikov - Allan Bard at |

        Thank you for the kind words! Yes, it will help me in the future! Best wishes! LET THE WONDERFUL NOISE OF THE SEA ALWAYS SOUNDS IN YOUR EARS! (a greeting of the water dragons’ hunters – my Tale Of The Rock Pieces).

    2. Patrick Malone
      Patrick Malone at |

      Perhaps of great support would be placing into common knowledge that ‘Yowie’ is best recognized by that specific sound
      made in its passing in the silence of of its presence. Elsewise no
      one would be aware of the actual presence, no would they, eh?

  2. Claypot
    Claypot at |

    ahaha drop bears! so epic,
    im sure it’s just a myth told to tourists to scare them, the version i was told said it was just koalas but they drop on ya and claw your face etc to protect their tree and their young.
    i really believed it ahahahahahah

  3. Natalie Jaro
    Natalie Jaro at |

    Fantastic topic, absolutely interesting and fresh! Thanks!

  4. Tim
    Tim at |

    Yes drop bears are just Koalas. It’s a story just to scare tourists 🙂

  5. Alline Tuia
    Alline Tuia at |

    Does your website have a contact page? I’m having trouble locating it but, I’d like to shoot you an e-mail. I’ve got some creative ideas for your blog you might be interested in hearing. Either way, great site and I look forward to seeing it grow over time.

  6. NFA Trust Texas
    NFA Trust Texas at |

    Iâ??m of the opinion that the Australian Yowie is one of the most problematic of mystery beasts. It is, in fact, so ridiculous and inconvenient that itâ??s difficult to take seriously.

    1. Brendan
      Brendan at |

      No the yowie is the only one that has any credibility. He’s very frequently spotted. I myself saw one in 2006 and I have been obsessed ever since. There is most defiantly a large hairy creature that lives in the hinterland of south east Queensland

      1. Nick
        Nick at |

        That’s just a regular queenslander, he probably took off his wife beater to wipe his brow on the way to get a tooheys.

  7. Patrick
    Patrick at |

    Why isn’t the Tasmanian tiger in here?

    1. jake
      jake at |

      the tassie tiger was actually a real animal not a mythical creature the only myth about it is people reporting seeing them after they were reported to be extinct

  8. Alex
    Alex at |

    This is really interesting. I already knew most of these because we learn about a lot of aboriginal folklore and mythology in primary school. But the yara-ma-yha-who I’d never heard of. It actually sounds like a prehistoric kind of vampire.

  9. Brendan
    Brendan at |

    Yowie is very much real. It’s very large, hairy, and has a very animal/human appearance and warrents further investogation. I’ve seen it and so have many others.

  10. vyshakh ka
    vyshakh ka at |

    liked it very much

  11. Dropbear
    Dropbear at |

    LOL sold the idea of right and left handed sheep to kiwis
    Hee hee sheep who walk clockwise or counterclockwise around hills have shorter legs one side

  12. Elias Algorithm
    Elias Algorithm at |

    “Creator Being that departed knowledge and protection to the”
    Pretty sure you don’t mean “departed”. IMparted?

  13. enna
    enna at |

    but i swam in the hawkesbury river……….

  14. Spurwing Plover
    Spurwing Plover at |

    Just one look at the Yowie and you to would yell YOWIE and the Buntip do you suppose aborigonie parents used to make their kids behave and stay away from certian bodies of water?


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