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The Futakuchi-onna (Two-Mouthed Woman) : in Japanese mythology, there was a miser who lived by himself because he did not want to spent money on food for a wife. When he met a woman who did not eat anything, he married her, but soon his stores of rice began decreasing. One day he stayed behind from work to spy on his new wife. He saw her hair part on the back of her head to reveal a gaping mouth. She unbound her hair, which reached out like tentacles to shovel the rice into the hungry mouth.

The Futakuchi-onna (Two-Mouthed Woman) : in Japanese mythology, there was a miser who lived by himself because he did not want to spent money on food for a wife. When he met a woman who did not eat anything, he married her, but soon his stores of rice began decreasing. One day he stayed behind from work to spy on his new wife. He saw her hair part on the back of her head to reveal a gaping mouth. She unbound her hair, which reached out like tentacles to shovel the rice into the hungry mouth.

Cryptozoology is the study of "hidden" animals. It is a pseudoscience that involves the search for animals or creatures whose existence has not been proven.  Many species that appear in cryptozoological literature are a part of cultural folklore, myths, or legends. There's one critical thing they all have in common:  a lack of evidence of their existence.  All we've…

Cryptozoology is the study of "hidden" animals. It is a pseudoscience that involves the search for animals or creatures whose existence has not been proven. Many species that appear in cryptozoological literature are a part of cultural folklore, myths, or legends. There's one critical thing they all have in common: a lack of evidence of their existence. All we've…

Appearing in Japanese mythology, the Bake-kujira appears as an enormous whale with a catch: it’s not a whale, rather, the skeleton of a whale. Description from deitiesdaily.tumblr.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Appearing in Japanese mythology, the Bake-kujira appears as an enormous whale with a catch: it’s not a whale, rather, the skeleton of a whale. Description from deitiesdaily.tumblr.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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