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A Strange History of Dog-Headed Men

Throughout history we have cases of wondrous and fantastical beasts and humanoids that make appearances in art, literature, and indeed even in ancient bestiaries and the journals of explorers. These oddities are often written of and listed write beside very real known animals and tribes, to the...
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