The Bowtruckle can be found in western England, southern Germany, and certain Scandinavian forests.
A Bowtruckle serves as a tree guardian for its home tree, which is usually a tree whose wood is of wand quality.
It’s appearance of a flat-faced little stickman made of bark and twigs, serves well as camouflage in its natural habitat.
- 17.8cm (7in)
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