Today's critter came from Roman and European folklore- mostly during the Middle Ages. It's name referred to the javelin and it was called so due to the way it hunted.It was reported to have two legs, be fairly small in stature, but quick and deadly
It would hide high in trees then launch down on its victims and attack the back of their necks with its fangs.
Sounds like a European Chupacabra. LOL! I love these creatures you introduce each week.ReplyDelete