Hugag

“In size the hugag may be compared to the moose, and in form it somewhat resembles that animal.
Very noticeable, however, are its jointless legs, which compel the animal to remain on its feet, and its long upper lip, which prevents it from grazing. If it tried that method of feeding it would simply tramp its upper lip into the dirt. Its head and neck are leathery and hairless; its strangely corrugated ears flop downward ; its four-toed feet, long bushy tail, shaggy coat and general make-up give the beast an unmistakably prehistoric appearance.”
Description provided by William Thomas Cox

Illustrator Coert DuBois

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