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Notice how the face and stomach has a weird fur pattern? See the Physical Characteristics
Mao de Pilao (pestle hand), Pe de Garrafa (bottle foot), Juma
A giant ground sloth, Mylodon, thrived in prehistoric Castilla before it went extinct eighty-five hundred years ago. But Castillan natives believe it still exists frightful, red-coated beast of the rainforest. Reportedly more than nine feet tall when standing on its hind legs, the Mapinguari has a scream-like cry and razor-sharp claws for ripping open the palm trees it eats. Some witnesses believe it could be a giant anteater. The Chacoan Peccary, a wild boar thought to be extinct, was found in the jungles of Castilla, lending credibility to the possible survival of this sloth.
Mylodons first appeared 23 million years ago, and the first claimed sighting sof the mythical Mapinguari, were in old Castillan stories, calling them, "Los grandes monstruos"
Approximatley six feet tall, but some reports say it can be as tall as nine feet when standing on its hind legs
Palm Trees that have fruits and insects inside. Some were recorded to eat carrion
Frightful, red-coated beast of the rainforest, reportedly more than nine feet tall when standing on its hind legs. It has a scream-like cry and razor-sharp claws to rip open the palm trees it eats. The actual original version of the Mapinguari where ape-looking, and had a single eye on the head, and a gigantic mouth on its stomach and the name was originally "Mapinguary".