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Cautions: The collection is sorted not by name, but by unpainted visual appearance, with the defining minor modifications given under the section titles. So what you might know as a "Lovecraftian ghoul" might be found in the canine section. This particular gallery is organized by real-world Animalia phylla, generally Tetrapods. All the creatures listed here should look more or less like real world animals, only stretched to walk upright like humans. They are not half-humanoids. (For half-humanoids, see Half-Humans.) Since this collection may exceed the page length limit, links will be provided for each category as they become overlarge. Also, the collection cannot be expected to be kept up to date, as it is not the main purpose of this wiki to indulge the viewer with these special galleries; hence, a proper search should ensue if your figure cannot be quickly identified from this gallery.
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See also the movie Aliens at Aliens (Leading Edge Games).
See Deep Ones.
Frogmen & Toadmen
See also [Serpent People] for four-legged Snakemen.
Testudinids (turtles and tortoises)
Monotremic: platypuses and echidnas
Sirenian (Dugongs and manatees)
Shrews and Moles
Lovecraftian Ghouls (dog-faced ghouls)
Kobolds (anthropomorphic dogs)
Badgerlike (or Wolverinish)
BUGBEARS - large, ugly-faced hairy goblins
Perissodactylans (Odd-toed, hooved)
Equines (Horse family)
Artiodactylans (Even-toed, hooved)