Here Are All Of The Beasts In ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them’

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This Friday, the Harry Potter  prequel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is finally set to hit theaters. We will follow magizoologist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and his suitcase of magical animals through New York City in 1926. Until now, we’ve had little information about the Fantastic Beasts that escape from Newt’s case and begin wreaking havoc on muggles and no-majs alike. From the cuddly to the utterly terrifying here are all of the beasts in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.


So is it like a cross between an elephant and a rhino?


How adorable are the bowtruckles? Apparently, they protect the trees that provide wood for wands.


These creatures may be super cute but they are naughty AF. No need consider a niffler over a puppy.


Basically, this native North American bird is a living security system and can sense supernatural danger. Oh, and Thunderbird is our Ilvermorny house.


We are actually unable to deal with this horrific looking rat thing. Check it out for yourself and let’s never discuss it again.

Swooping Evil

If you’re in the market for a compact sized pet that expands when you set it free then the swooping evil is for you.


The demiguise looks like a small monkey, but its real talent is blending into its surroundings. No invisibility cloak needed. Oh and the creature can tell your future which makes it legit AF.


The occamy’s talent lies in its ability to shrink to fit into certain places which seems amazing when you first think about it, but then you realize it’s actually kind of creepy.


These buzzing bugs are stunning creatures but you certainly don’t want them to sting you. Their venom is said to cause some super strange reactions.


The nundu is the stuff nightmares are made of. Not only does this humungous beast have the ability to stalk its prey silently. Its breath is essentially the Killing Curse.


We don’t know much about these gigantic animals except for the fact that they are nearly extinct and that our friend Newt is trying to breed two of them.

Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them premieres November 18, 2016. Check out the trailer below.