Fictional Creatures that Should Exist

For fictional creatures (not clowns, or other things that aren't moster-based) that should exist in real life. In this list, you can add and/or vote on which monster should exist in real life. Have fun!

The Top Ten

1 Mokele-mbembe

I believe that Mokele-mbembe should exist since it is said to be a living breathing sauropod dinosaur that still exist in Africa. If this dinosaur exist, then scientists and paleontologists would confirmed that birds weren't the only dinosaurs to survive the last great mass extinction 65/66 million years ago, and they would find fossils of sauropods throughout the Cenozoic era, not just in the Mesozoic era. Imagine seeing these sauropods in captivity as well (zoos, safari parks, etc), but not for entertainment, since most of the entertainment is cruel to the animals, so these sauropods in captivity should be there just for educational purposes. - DinoLover4242

2 Mothman Mothman In West Virginia folklore, the Mothman is a legendary creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area from November 12, 1966, to December 15, 1967 . The first newspaper report was published in the Point Pleasant Register dated November 16, 1966, titled "Couples See Man-Sized Bird ... Creature ... more.

The Mothman is often sighted across North America, and it it were real, it would most likely be a gigantic sized bulky owl that resembles a beefed up hybrid between the barn owl and a snowy owl. It should exist so everyone could realize that the Mothman was NOT the cause of fatal bridge collapses, despite myths, and the bridge collapses are actually manufacturing errors/issues. They Mothman would actually be listed as Least Concern due to large population of these carnivores, which would likely hunt livestock and deer just to survive. - DinoLover4242

3 Werewolf Werewolf A werewolf or lycanthrope is a mythological or folkloric human with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf or a therianthropic hybrid wolf-like creature, either purposely or after being placed under a curse or affliction.

Werewolves should exist since that would explain historical sightings of people becoming wolves (which isn't true since humans are apes, therefore, primates, while wolves are carnivoran canines). Werewolves would most likely be apes with long canine-looking snouts (and yes, lemurs have long canine-looking snouts, so that part is realistic), short fur covering their bodies, having more muscular bodies than humans, claws on their fingers and toes to rip out chunks of flesh, and they would have NO tails, since, as said earlier, they'd be apes, not canines, as it is not possible to turn one group of animal, like say, a rabbit into a kangaroo (which is also as unrealistic, as rabbits are lagomorphs while kangaroos are marsupials). - DinoLover4242

4 Bunyip Bunyip

If Bunyips exist in real life, they'd most likely be modern day Diprotodons that survive in modern times. Unlike in myths, they aren't carnivorous, because how could herbivores become carnivorous in just thousands of years? Anyway, they'd be likely fully terrestrial, not semi-aquatic as how the famous Bunyip arts showed them, possibly due to common misconception of Diprotodons being water dwellers. Also, they should exist since Diprotodons are my favorite extinct marsupial. - DinoLover4242

5 Dragon Dragon A dragon is a legendary creature, typically with serpentine or reptilian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures.

My account's namesake is a dragon. - Cyri

6 Unicorn Unicorn
7 Pegasus Pegasus
8 Mermaid Mermaid A mermaid is a legendary aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish.
9 Siren Siren

Sirens are so awesome! - AliciaMae

10 Bigfoot Bigfoot

The Contenders

11 Flatwoods Monster
12 Vampires Vampires
13 Frankenstein Frankenstein
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