Sigbin in Butuan City?
SIGBIN – The mythical creature was allegedly spotted by a netizen in Tagabaca, Butuan City.
Sigbin is a mythical creature from Philippine folklore that is said to be a cross between a dog, a cat, and a bat. It is known for its distinctive appearance, which includes a long tail, large ears, and glowing eyes. According to legend, the sigbin is a nocturnal creature that feeds on the blood of humans and other animals.
The origin of the sigbin is unclear, but it is believed to have originated in the Visayan region of the Philippines. It has been depicted in various forms of media, including literature, film, and television. In recent years, it has gained popularity in Filipino pop culture, with many artists and designers creating their own interpretations of the creature.
Despite its popularity, the existence of the sigbin remains a subject of debate. While many Filipinos believe in the creature’s existence, there is no concrete evidence to support its existence. Some experts suggest that the sigbin may have been inspired by real-life creatures such as the flying fox or fruit bat, which are known to inhabit the Philippines.
Regardless of its existence, the sigbin remains a fascinating and intriguing part of Philippine folklore. Its unique appearance and bloodsucking tendencies have captured the imagination of many Filipinos, and it continues to inspire art, literature, and media to this day. Whether it is a product of myth or reality, the sigbin remains an important part of Philippine culture and heritage.
Speaking of which, the mythical creature was allegedly spotted in Butuan City. A certain Jenelyn Amarga took to social media wherein she posted some snaps of a weird creature that looks like a sigbin.
According to her, the creature was first captured via cellphone camera of their neighbor. She asked for some copy of it and uploaded the pictures which thrilled the netizens. Her neighbor told her that she thought it was only a chicken until they figured out that it looks like a dog.
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