Sanguine is a leech-like animal which developed to become familiar with vampire and known for its instant attack and drain blood from the prey in instant. Sanguine is a Latin term for "blood drinker". Sanguine derived from East Asias countries, most dominant in Japan and China. It has reptilian trait but belong to the phylum Annelida. The creature has dark brown or greyish color.
Sanguines are known for its dangerous defense, flexible triple legs and large keratin scales covering its elliptical wings. The size of Sanguines is approximately 15-20 inches long and estimated 40 pounds. Its feet and leg resemble lizard legs, but supported by pelvic structure of frogs and enable the creature to adapt to various habitats. This creature is armed with sharp, pointed, and dent teeth shape. It produces toxic saliva, which is a compound of anticoagulant and venom to attack its prey within seconds. After the prey is dead, the creature slowly enjoys its meal by draining the prey's blood.
In 1948 a farmer in Illinois reported proof of the animal invasion. It was the first case the animals was seen. The farmer's name remains anonymous. It has killed the enormous amount of animals on his farm. Estimation of a total over 400 of cows, chickens, horses, goats, and birds have killed within one night. The animals were found the next day with drained blood and severe injured on bodies. The most common evidence could found was scratches on animals' bodies and a deep wound mark with diameter around 0.5 inches on neck area.
American scientist Thomas Johnson tested the animal piece of scale and its saliva on the animal's wound. To his surprisingly, he found that Sanguines is a venomous animal that killed the prey within seconds. This creature is armed with sharp, pointed, and dent teeth shape. It produces toxic saliva, which is a compound of anticoagulant and venom to attack its prey after they made contact through a small incision. After the prey is dead, the creature slowly enjoys its meal by draining the prey's blood. ☁