Stuhać

Stuhać is a demonic mythical creature in Slavic mythology, recorded in Herzegovinacite book
author=Š. Kulišić
coauthors=P. Ž. Petrović, N. Pantelić
title=Српски митолошки речник
origyear=1970
publisher=Nolit
location=Belgrade
language=Serbian
pages=278
chapter=Стухаћ
] . Though its name is similar with zduhać, there is no actual similarity.

Stuhać lives in high mountains and barren areas; how it looks isn't described, however it is known that it wears s made of human ligaments on its legs, so that it wouldn't slip on mountain s. If its clutter broke, he would pull ligaments from someone's legs to make new one.

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