Grugach- Irish myth: hairy, naked, broad shouldered, and hard working spirits that helped around the house. They are about 4ft tall and watch over cattle. Males are naked and shaggy while females are dressed in green with long golden hair.
Hrökkáll- Icelandic myth: a dead and rotting eel that was reanimated by a wizard. It, and it's offspring, have sharp scales oh their sides. They use those to slice off appendages that they curl around. They also secret an acid that corrodes most things.
Khodumodumo- African myth: a shapeless, gluttonous monster that swallows everything living it comes by. It gets larger and larger the more it swallows. It was killed by a hero named Senkatana when it got stuck in a narrow pass.
Nuribotoke- Japanese myth: an animated corpse with darkened skin, dangling eyeballs, largely bloated stomachs and occasionally having a catfish's tail. They are believed to have revived due to poor care of the household shrine. It will act like a messenger of the Buddha but give out false prophecies to fool worshipers. It is also believed to dance often, more so during the demons' night parade
Ndzoodzoo- South African myth: the body and coloration similar to a quagga. It had one long thin horn that could curl up when not in use so it wouldn't get in the way. The horn, unlike other unicorns, did not cure disease.
The Afanc (Welsh pronunciation: [ˈavank], sometimes also called Addanc, [ˈaðank]) is a lake monster from Welsh mythology. Its exact description varies; it is described variously as resembling a crocodile, beaver or dwarf-like creature, and is sometimes said to be a demon. The lake in which it dwells also varies; it is variously said to live in Llyn Llion, Llyn Barfog, near Brynberian Bridge or in Llyn yr Afanc, a lake near Betws-y-Coed that was named after the creature
Kishi- African myth: it had an attractive human face but the face of a hyena on the back of its head. It is said to smooth talk others but then eat them with the hyena face. The hyena face had long sharp teeth and jaws so strong they could not be pulled off of anything it bites.