The Sazae Oni will wait for prey in rivers, estuaries, lakes and swamps. Sazae Oni prey specifically on humans and for unknown reasons they prefer males over females. If their prey is wearing necklaces, bracelets or watch, the Sazae Oni will take it once the prey has been devoured and adorn their shell with these trophies. The oldest Sazae Oni ever caught had Roman jewellery and armour pieces on its elaborate shell.
The eggs on the back of this particular specimen are fertile and though we have caught/killed many of these we have never found a Male. Either males are much rarer or sexual dimorphism results in males being much smaller and harder to find.
We are Blue Horizon, a private bio-research organisation based in the north of England. We are Facility 23 and we are tasked with recording strange entities in the wild and, if they are a threat, their capture. These are some of the oddities we have captured over the past 12 months.
If you would like more information on the Japanese cryptids, please check out @yureiwomb page.
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