Chick Charney

Legendary Flying Hum ANOID of the West Indies. Variant name: Chiccharnie. Physical description: Half bird, half human. Huge eyes. Beak instead of a nose. Three toes.

Behavior: Makes nests by tying together the tops of trees. Harmful to humans if laughed at. Habitat: In kapok or pine trees. Distribution: Andros Island, Bahamas. Sources: Curt Rowlett, "Chick-Charney: Bird-man of the Bahamas," Strange Magazine, no. 7 (April 1991): 34; Richard Alsopp, ed., Dictionary ofCaribbean English Usage (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), p. 149.

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