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The Dahu is a creature with origins in European mythology, legend and folklore. In particular, accounts of their existence first arise from within the mythology, legend and folklore France, Switzerland and Northern Italy.
The Dahu is best described as resembling a deer or ibex, only that it's legs on one side of its body are shorter than on the other side. This enables it to walk upright on the steep slopes of its mountain environment. It can only walk around the mountain, in one direction only.