Karkadann, Lou Carcolh, Teju Jagua

The carnage continues with week 2 of the 2021 Miss Cryptid Contest! Flora is back with 3 more fiends for you: the Karkadann, Lou Carcolh, and Teju Jagua. Add more miles to your frequent flyer card as Blurry Photos takes you from Persia to France to Paraguay. You like monstrous rhinos? Check. Monstrous snails? Cheque. Monstrous lizards with 7 dog heads? Check Check Check Check Check Check Check! Legends, history, and mythology collide in the second week of competition. The winner of week 1 is also announced on this fun edition of Blurry Photos!


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