- North American (culture)
- Flying (attribute)
- Humanoid (attribute)
- Deadly (behaviour)
This was a monstrous being from the folklore of the Navajo people of North America. They were similar in appearance of the Harpies of Greek mythology. They had the head and the torso of a woman with the leg and wings of a bird. The Tsanahale were one of the Anaye beings of Navajo myth. These fierce creatures were predacious to many a creature. They are related to the headless Thelgeth and the limbless Binaye Ahani.
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Background Illustrations (Left top-bottom, right top-bottom): Medusa by Gonzalo Ordonez, Loch Ness Monster by dyb,
Basilisk by JustMick, Shuck by Serphire, Ts Um A Kas - Illustration of a rock painting (from Dover publications).