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Avian humanoids (people with the characteristics of birds) are a common motif in mythology, folklore and popular fiction.

Contents

In myth and legend

Myth

Folklore

Cryptozoology

In fiction

Examples of avian humanoids in science fiction and fantasy fiction include:

Literature

Comics

Film and television

Games

See also

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