Picture of the legendary mandrill

Mandrill is a one legged ghost in Chinese mythology and legend. It is mentioned in the Sutra of mountains and seas: there are Jiangxi giants in the south, with long arms, black body and hair, and back heels. They laugh when they see people, and their lips cover their faces, so they can escape immediately. In the national language and Lu language, Kui is full, and Yue people call it mountain shame. However, Kui is generally the God of water and does not eat people.
Picture of the legendary mandrill
Picture of the legendary mandrill

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