Magical creatures

 Dragons are giant winged, fire-breathing reptiles.
Widely regarded as terrifying yet awe-inspiring, they
can be found all over the world and are frequently
referred to in Asian and medieval European folklore.
Able to fly and breathe fire through their nostrils, they
are one of the most dangerous and hardest to conceal
creatures in the wizarding world.
 Green in colour, the Leprechaun reaches a height of
around six inches, and normally wear clothing made
out of leaves. Leprechauns main diet consists of
vegetation, primarily leaves.
 Although they are humanoid-like creatures, it is
unlikely that they are related to humans or any other
human-related beings, such as goblins.

 A Centaur is a magical creature whose head, torso and
arms appear to be human and are joined to
a horse's body.
 They are, however, their own species, and are not any
kind of half-breed.
 Despite possessing 'human intelligence', centaurs are
classified asBeasts by the Ministry of Magic, at their
own request, as they were unhappy at having to
share Being status with hags and vampires.

 A Thestral is a breed of winged horses with a skeletal
body, face with reptilian features, and wide, leathery
wings that resemble a bat's.
 They are very rare, and are considered dangerous by
the Ministry of Magic. Thestrals are, undeservedly,
known as omens of misfortune and aggression by
many wizards because they are visible only to those
who have witnessed death at least once (and fully
accepted the concept) or due to their somewhat grim,
gaunt and ghostly appearance.

 A Fairy is a small human-like creature with large
insect-like wings, which are either transparent or
multi-coloured. They possess diminutive intelligence,
and live mainly in woodlands or glades.
 The fairy is a vain creature, and will often allow itself
to be used as decoration by wizardkind. Due to their
vanity, fairies are almost constantly grooming
themselves.

They possess a weak brand of magic that
allows it to evade its predators.

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