hyena-like animal, depicted in traditional art of Central Asia.
Physical description: Canine head. Tigerlike stripes. Has four forward claws and one rear claw.
Behavior: Kills cattle. Leaves humans alone. Distribution: Choyang and Iswa Valleys, Makalu-Barun National Park, Nepal. Possible explanations:
(1) The Striped hyena (Hyaena hyaena) has well-defined stripes on its body and limbs and a massive head. It is common in open country and less abundant in the forested regions of Nepal.
(2) Confusion with the similarly named hominid- or bearlike DzuTeh.
Source: Hamish MacInnes, Look behind the Ranges (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1979), pp. 216, 225.
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