The Death Eaters: A Guide To Who Was Where; Famous Wizard Cards; Albus Potter and the lesson in Quantum Mechanics; more; Lists. Appearances Pottermore The Snallygaster Protection League (founded 1949) is a Maryland-based organization dedicated to obliviating No-Majs who encounter Snallygasters. Turn a corner in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter (in the story, not the theme park), and you're bound to run into a magical creature. Harry snorted, “I think a snallygaster would be fine from most no-maj, Hagrid; thing’s smart as a tack and got a bulletproof hide.” Ron and Hermione seemed both shocked and lost. Snallygaster. It has been featured in many Muggle newspapers and is so well-known that it competes with the Loch Ness Monster. Maryland’s Snallygaster is even part of the complex Harry Potter universe; it appears in materials such as the website Pottermore, the video game The Snallygaster is a dragonish magical creature. the Snallygaster, three years later. The part-bird, part-reptile is a distant relative of the Occamy. The Tebo was very dangerous and could make itself invisible, rendering it virtually impossible to capture or evade. The Harry Potter novels; Other writings by Rowling; Other sources considered to be canon; All Sources used in the Lexicon; more; Essays. snallygaster, snallygasters, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, beast, creature, creatures (FB) Local filmmakers Geoff Prather and Jon Baldino told the story through the eyes of a Depression Era child in The Snallygaster Tale. The Snallygaster is a dragon-like creature known to exist in the New World. Ron wasn’t sure what a snallygaster was, but he was fairly certain he never wanted to see one. Image via Harry Potter wiki 6. Snallygasters are one of the many cryptids found throughout Appalachia. Its heartstring can be used as a core in wands. Free Range Snallygaster is a fanfiction author that has written 11 stories for Mass Effect, Gundam Seed, Naruto, Evangelion, Star Wars, and Harry Potter. Be it something more common like a garden gnome, flobberworm, or pixie, J.K. Rowling's beastly creations run the gamut of general peculiarity. Because the creatures do not shy away from Muggles, they tend to attract attention; the Snallygaster Protection League was created in response to multiple instances of Snallygaster sightings threatening to expose the magical world (FB). Native to the United States, they don’t go out of their way to hunt down people but they’re not exactly shy either, making their presence known if you invade their territory. It cannot breathe fire, but uses fangs made of serrated steel to slice through its prey. The Tebo was an ash-coloured magical warthog.1 It was found in the African countries of Congo and Zaire. Snallygasters are hybrid monsters, combining the traits of birds and reptiles into one ugly looking beast.