Huáng Yao

Huáng Yao : Unknown Weaselof East Asia.

Etymology:

Mandarin Chinese (Sino-Tibetan) word; huáng means “yellow.”

Physical description:

Weasel-like body. Yellow above, black below. Head is like a cat’s.

Distribution:

China.

Source:

  • Richard Muirhead, “Some Chinese Cryptids (Part Two),” Cryptozoology Review 4, no. 1 (Summer 2000): 19–20

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SOURCE:

Mysterious Creatures – A Guide to Cryptozoology written by George M. Eberhart – Copyright © 2002 by George M. Eberhart

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