A bizarre kind of humanoid, wolf-headed and horse legged, from Serbian folklore.
The Meuse is a river flowing through France, the Netherlands and Belgium. It makes its exit into the North Sea, which lies between Britain and northern Europe. This creature resembles a lizard and , according to author Benjamin Adamah, is about the size of a calf. It has the curious habit of swimming from one end of the river to the other. The last time it was reported was in 1870.
Seen at Newport, Tennessee, in 2004, this creature resembled an arrowhead flying in the wrong direction. In fact, it seemed to glide rather than fly and its appendages for doing this resembled those of a flying squirrel. Its height was judged at three feet and its width at the shoulder two feet. We have no further reports.
Presented at Mexican UFO congress.
The nursery rhyme Baa Baa Black Sheep is well known, but it has been the center of a controversy which led to its being banned in schools in Birmingham, England. The rhyme first appeared in print about 1744.
It was suggested the rhyme was racist, but in fact there is no evidence that it has anything to do with racism or the slave trade. The majority opinion seems to be that it was a protest against the Great Custom, a wool tax of the 13th Century.
Black parents in Birmingham regarded the ban as ludicrous and eventually it was withdrawn. You should be able to sing it without causing offense.
This shows how ridiculous the present state of so-called "Political Correctness" is.