The Thunderbird is a large, avian creature native to North America, and most commonly found in Arizona in the southwestern United States and is a close relative of the Phoenix.
The Thunderbird can create storms as it flies that bring life-giving rains to the deserts and it is highly sensitive to danger. In late 1927, Madam Seraphina Picquery, then-President of MACUSA, declared the Thunderbird a protected species.
- 17.8cm (7in)
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