This is the second creature of the WTFrance chapter: The vouivre, also known as: the gouivre, the guivre, the vuivre, the wywerne, the coulobre (yah, I don't get where that one came from) (I lie, this one come from the Vaucluse) because my ancestors weren't able to agree on one spelling apparently.
So the tradition depict the vouivre as a winged snake with two pig's legs, a golden crown on her head and a lone jeweled eye.
I wasn't sure about the pig legs, but a quick survey on my tipeee (shameless self promo: https://fr.tipeee.com/ici-vont-les-morts) shown that people WANTED a dragon with pig legs.
And after all, this is the Silly Bestiary.
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