Scientific name: Gallus domesticus serpintinus

 

Enviroment located in : Found in lands far away over the misty mountains

 

sculpture scale: 1:1

 

sculpture size:TBC

 

Suitable for outdoor display: yes

 

materials used: High fired ceramics and matt glazes and a few magic spells.

 

 

 

The cockatrice is a mythological creature from medieval legends. First described in the twelfth century, it is often described as a two-legged dragon with a rooster's head. The terms "basilisk" and "cockatrice" are often used interchangeably in modern translations of some legends, though obviously the two are different creatures in the Harry Potter universe

cockatrice

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