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Bunyip
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Vital Statistics
Species Unknown
Habitat Australia
Type small humanoid ape-feline-esc
Abilities unknown
Affiliations Zak's Army
First appearance Into The Mouth of Darkness
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Bunyip is a reddish cryptid with pair of colorful horns reported to live in Australia. They're first appearance was in Into The Mouth of Darkness.

Biography

The Bunyips are capable of sensing electromagnetic fields because of that they are attracted to many electronic devices. The same ability appears to allow them to sense Zak's power. They are harmless, but seem to be afraid of Zak as if they can sense that he was Kur. Zak uses a large amount of these cryptids as spies and soldiers in War of the Cryptids. At the end of the series, the Bunyips chase away the Vltava River Sprites, take down the Allegewi, and cheering for Tsul 'Kalu after he defeated Munya.

Series

Into The Mouth of Darkness

War of the Cryptids

The Real Cryptid

While the Bunyips in the show are portrayed as small, cute Gremlin like monsters, the real Bunyips are the exact opposite. Bunyips are gigantic, hairy, aquatic animals with two large, sharp fangs, that would devour humans who swam too close to them.

Trivia

  • Dee Bradley Baker, who did the vocal effects for the Bunyips, also voiced the Xing Xing, Honey Island Swamp Monster, and the Georgia Pigman voice

Gallery


v - e - d Cryptids
Real Life Cryptid
Adaro | Agogwe | Ahuizotl | Alkali Lake Monster | Batsquatch | Biloko | Bunyip | Buru | Cactus Cat | Cafre | Calopus | Chupacabra | Duah (Ropen) | Emela ntouka | Flashlight Frog | Gulon | Hibagon | Jackalope | Jersey devil | Kikiyaon | Lake Van Monster | Mamalambo | Mapinguari | Minhocao | Mongolian Death Worm | Naga | Ngoima | Olitiau | Orang Pendek | Ornithocheirus | Orobon | Owlman | Peluda | Piasa Bird | Popobawa | Skunk Ape | Taniwha | Tapire-lauara | Tatzelwurm | Trunko | Ucumari | Veo | Waitoreke | Wampus Cat | Yeren | Yeti
Zak's Army
Ahool | Atmospheric Jellyfish | Grootslang | Jishin-uwo | Koerakoonlased | Kumari Kandam Sea Serpent | Nagni Vatu
Argost's Army
Algerian Sea Centipede | Allegewi | Cherufe | Meganeura | Migas | Mississauga Blob | Mokele Mbembe | Naga | Skree | Thunderbird | Vltava River Sprite
Comic Book Cryptids
Blemmyes | Cacus | Dunkleosteus | Jinshin-Mushi | Kalmykian Snake | Ki Lin | Raicho | Senmurv | Thetis Lake Monster | Wawkalak
Game Cryptid
A Bao A Qu | Armouchiquois | Azazel | Beast of Bowness | Burach Bhadi | Burning Man | Buru | Con Rit | Djieien | Eloko | Garta | Goayr Heddagh | Green Lady | Hokhoku | Invunche | Kingstie | Leitche | Morgawr | Olgoi khorckhoi | Orange Eyes | Rakshasa | Shamirs | Thunder Horse | Tokandia | Ucumari | Waheela | Walking Stump | Wampus Cat
Other Cryptids
Amarok | Canvey Island Monster | Congolese Giant Spider | Cryptid Plants | De Loys' Ape | Devonian Annelid | Engulfer (Hînqûmemen) | Flesh-eating Black Fly | Garuda | Hoan kiem turtle | Inkanyamba | Invunche | Kasai Rex | Kigezi turaco | Lau | Lemurian | Malaysian Mermaid | Nicaraguan Blood Sucking Vine | Pinatubo | Revolving Beast | Rhinoceros Dolphin |Sal'awa | Shamirs | Shedu | Skvader | Skyfish | Swamp Cryptids | The Methuselah Tree | Tirisuk | Underwater flies
Naga
Rani Nagi | Naga Lao of Mekong | Naga of Sri Lanka | Naga Kanya | Naga's Nest | Naga phya | Cambodian Naga
Fake Cryptid
Neural Parasite | Al-Kaseem Firecracker Beetle | Centiscarabs | Bird-Eating Spider of Peru | Antarctic Cryptid | Antarctic Parasite | Shedu
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