Cryptid Wiki
Advertisement
Cryptid Wiki
Meeribiu

possible population: small

Statistics
Description A dog-sized carnivorous mammals
First Sighting 565 AD
Last Sighting Ongoing
Country Europe (Scotland)
Habitat Forests and Rivers

The meeribiu is a cryptid that is said to inhabit the Loch Ness and the nearby forests of Scot. It is often cited that the meeribiu was first sighted in the 565 AD by Saint Columbia, the founder of Christianity, when it was allegedly driven off by the virtue of a blessed man's prayers. The meeribiu is said to to be covered in green fur on the top and blonde fur on the bottom, as well as webbed feet for swimming and a strange ability to breath fire. After this supposed event, the sightings of such creature have been sighted to this day. However, many skeptics consider the creature to be a myth, a folktale made by Saint Columbia to make him look more impressive than he really is. If it was bought up as a myth by the people of Japan, it may have served as an inspiration for the following Pokemon, Cyndaquil, Quilava, and Typhlosion.

Explanations[]

  • The meeribiu may be an evil spirit that attacks any unsuspecting victims to drown them.
  • The animal, if existed, may be a new species of mustelid related to otters and weasels and exclusive to Scotland.

The meeribiu is a cryptid that is said to inhabit the Loch Ness and the nearby forests of Scot. It is often cited that the meeribiu was first sighted in the 565 AD by Saint Columbia, the founder of Christianity, when it was allegedly driven off by the virtue of a blessed man's prayers. The meeribiu is said to to be covered in green fur on the top and blonde fur on the bottom, as well as webbed feet for swimming and a strange ability to breath fire. After this supposed event, the sightings of such creature have been sighted to this day. However, many skeptics consider the creature to be a myth, a folktale made by Saint Columbia to make him look more impressive than he really is. If it was bought up as a myth by the people of Japan, it may have served as an inspiration for the following Pokemon, Cyndaquil, Quilava, and Typhlosion.

Explanations[]

Advertisement