The cat sith is a fairy cat of the Highlands of Scotland, black and as large as a dog.
Undines (or ondines) are a category of imaginary elemental beings associated with water, first named in the alchemical writings of Paracelsus. Similar creatures are found in classical literature, particularly Ovid’s Metamorphoses.
The Cailleach is an ancient Celtic hag goddess who in her various guises shaped the land, controlled the forces of nature, and was responsible for the harsh nature of winter.
The myrmecoleon, or ant-lion, is usually considered to be a mythical creature of legend, although it has also been identified as a rock hyrax.
The wulver is a fairy being, part of the folklore of the Shetland Islands off the coast of Scotland. A type of werewolf, it is half man, half wolf.
Jenny Greenteeth, or Ginny Greenteeth, is a water spirit said to inhabit pools in Cheshire, Lancashire and Shropshire. If children venture too close, then she reaches out of the water and drags them in to their deaths.
Kelpie, or water kelpie, is the Scots name given to a shape-shifting water spirit inhabiting the lochs and pools of Scotland.
The water bull, also known as tarbh uisge in Scottish Gaelic, is a mythological Scottish creature similar to the Manx tarroo ushtey.
Gigantic evil sea serpent of Orcadian folklore
An inhabitant of the lochs of the west coast of Scotland, the boobrie is a mythological shapeshifting entity.