L –LYCANS, LOCH NESS MONSTER, LEPRECHAUN
Lycans are a variation of werewolves. The word lycan comes from the Greek lycanthrope. They have superhuman strength, coordination, reflexes, , agility, speed, endurance, durability, and regenerative abilities superior to almost all vampires. If a person is bitten by a Lycan, they will become one.
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The difference between a lycan and a werewolf is a lycan’s ability to change from human to creature, and vice versa, at will.
Many people have claimed to see the Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie for short, that supposedly inhabits Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. It is one of the most popular lake monsters.
The first sighting was reported in 1933 by the water bailiff for Loch Ness. Since then there have been many sightings. One of the most famous photographs of Nessie was taken in 1934 and is known as the “Surgeon’s Photograph”. The interesting fact about this photo was that it was the only photo to have captured a head and neck area. In 1994, the photo was proven to be a hoax.
There have been numerous studies done on the Loch since the first reports.
A leprechaun is a type of Irish fairy who is also mischievous. They make shoes and store their gold in hidden pots at the end of a rainbow. If they are captured they will grant 3 wishes so they can be released. They are solitary and have gained their wealth by unearthing old treasure.
The above information and pictures were found at Wikipedia.