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  • Mooncalf on Random Best Beasts In 'Fantastic Beasts' Franchise

    (#13) Mooncalf

    The Mooncalf has a distinctive long neck, webbed feet, and huge, glowing blue eyes. It moves in herds and is thought to dance on its back legs in order to attract a mate. The shapes that one can create in fields of wheat have fueled the Muggle UFO crop circle conspiracy.

    Ministry of Magic classification: XX

  • Murtlap on Random Best Beasts In 'Fantastic Beasts' Franchise

    (#22) Murtlap

    You'll find the Murtlap along the British coast, where its tentacled back is often mistaken for a sea anemone. Its body otherwise resembles a hairless rat. Murtlap essence can be applied to small open wounds to speed up the healing process.

    Ministry of Magic classification: XXX

  •   Doxy on Random Best Beasts In 'Fantastic Beasts' Franchise

    (#19) Doxy

    A Doxy can be mistaken for a fairy, but it's nowhere near as pleasant. In fact, it's considered to be one of the greatest pests of the wizarding world, infesting households with hundreds of eggs that hatch into little biting menaces within weeks. You'll want to avoid getting bitten, too, as its teeth are laced with venom.

    Ministry of Magic classification: XXX

  • Swooping Evil on Random Best Beasts In 'Fantastic Beasts' Franchise

    (#5) Swooping Evil

    As the name suggests, this butterfly-like creature that hatches from a green cocoon is beautiful to look at but can cause irreparable damage. It's a brain-eater, and its venom can also be distilled for targeted memory erasure, as we see at the end of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them

    Ministry of Magic classification: Extant

  • Fwooper on Random Best Beasts In 'Fantastic Beasts' Franchise

    (#15) Fwooper

    Fwoopers make for beautiful pets but come with a severe warning. Without the renewal of a monthly Silencing Charm, its call will destroy a listener's sanity. The benefits of keeping one are an endless supply of quills and some very colorful eggs.

    Ministry of Magic classification: XXX

  •   Diricawl on Random Best Beasts In 'Fantastic Beasts' Franchise

    (#14) Diricawl

    Muggles know this flightless bird as a Dodo, a creature thought to have been hunted to extinction. Really, the Diricawl simply disappeared thanks to its teleportation powers, similar to apparating or using Floo Powder or a Portkey for a quick magical getaway.

    Ministry of Magic classification: XX

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Although we like Newt, Queenie, Jacob, and other gangs, the real protagonists of the Fantastic Beasts movie series are the fantasy beasts. Watching these magical creatures in their natural habitat and discovering the interaction between them, and understanding their connection with wizards is the most meaningful part of this series. So far, fans have seen many magical beasts in Newt’s suitcase.

Fans are looking forward to the sequels that will show more magical beasts than the first two movies. The random tool lists the 22 best beasts in the Fantastic Beasts series, welcome to check if you have missed any.

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