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charminglyantiquated:

Classic and Reverse harpies, mermaids, centaurs, and nagas
as a species we have this habit of tacking human faces onto animals and when you think about it, it looks kind of stupid, but it looks even stupider backwards
so

Actually in the Philippine Islands, we have a reverse-centaur in folklores. it’s called a Tikbalang… And I’m pretty sure I saw a reverse basilik/lamia/ half snake and human in one of our B horror-superantural-movies in my childhood too.
charminglyantiquated:

Classic and Reverse harpies, mermaids, centaurs, and nagas
as a species we have this habit of tacking human faces onto animals and when you think about it, it looks kind of stupid, but it looks even stupider backwards
so

Actually in the Philippine Islands, we have a reverse-centaur in folklores. it’s called a Tikbalang… And I’m pretty sure I saw a reverse basilik/lamia/ half snake and human in one of our B horror-superantural-movies in my childhood too.
charminglyantiquated:

Classic and Reverse harpies, mermaids, centaurs, and nagas
as a species we have this habit of tacking human faces onto animals and when you think about it, it looks kind of stupid, but it looks even stupider backwards
so

Actually in the Philippine Islands, we have a reverse-centaur in folklores. it’s called a Tikbalang… And I’m pretty sure I saw a reverse basilik/lamia/ half snake and human in one of our B horror-superantural-movies in my childhood too.
charminglyantiquated:

Classic and Reverse harpies, mermaids, centaurs, and nagas
as a species we have this habit of tacking human faces onto animals and when you think about it, it looks kind of stupid, but it looks even stupider backwards
so

Actually in the Philippine Islands, we have a reverse-centaur in folklores. it’s called a Tikbalang… And I’m pretty sure I saw a reverse basilik/lamia/ half snake and human in one of our B horror-superantural-movies in my childhood too.

charminglyantiquated:

Classic and Reverse harpies, mermaids, centaurs, and nagas

as a species we have this habit of tacking human faces onto animals and when you think about it, it looks kind of stupid, but it looks even stupider backwards

so

Actually in the Philippine Islands, we have a reverse-centaur in folklores. it’s called a Tikbalang… And I’m pretty sure I saw a reverse basilik/lamia/ half snake and human in one of our B horror-superantural-movies in my childhood too.

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