Lizard-Cat

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Lizard-Cat
Ta Wurm.png
Conservation Status
Not evaluated
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryote
Kingdom: Cryptid Kingdom
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Synapsid (?) or Feline or Reptile, or both
Order: Gorgonopsid (?)
Family: Traversidontidae
Genus: Dvinia (?)


It is also called the Alps dragon, and is said to live in the Alemanian alps. Reports of this creature vary in description, from a serpentine reptile or amphibian, to a feline chimera, to something resembling a small Zhouese dragon. The first report of this creature was in the 1700s, when two of the creatures appeared in front of a Penguin. Although he escaped, the even startled him so much that he died of a heart attack. Another sighting was that a peasant claimed to find the body of one, but the body was too bloated, and covered with maggots. In 2000, the skeleton of one, along with a sizable donation was given to an Alemanian institute, and science showed that these "Wurms" as they call them could be under-ground living monitor lizards.

Sightings/Sighted[edit]

In the alps of Alemania in the 1700s, and sightings still continue.

Length[edit]

Up to 6 feet

Weight[edit]

Unknown

Habitat[edit]

Wetlands

Country[edit]

Alemania

Diet[edit]

Screenhogs, Puffles, Penguins

Physical Characteristics[edit]

Long, sleek, slender; A long-snake like body; long fingers and arms, and a snake-like face.