Thought to live in the dense jungles of the Philippine Islands the Alan is described as a mysterious race of half human, half avian beasts known for their mischievous antics. Described by eyewitnesses as having extended, finger like toes, which they use to grasp onto branches as they rest, the Alan is said to live in the deepest parts of the Philippine rainforests and spends most of their days hanging upside down from trees in a bat like fashion.
Considered to be relatively harmless creatures the Alan are rumored to have even established friendly rapport with some of the natives who share their habitat, even going as far as to adopt human children who had the unfortunate luck of being abandoned in the forest.
Although there are those who believe there could be a strange half human half avian hybrid flying around the deepest forests of the Philippine Rainforests, the majority of researchers are quick to point out that these same forests are the home to two of the worlds largest species of bat, the endangered golden crown fox, Acerodon jubatus, and the more common Giant Philippine Fruit Bat, Pteropus vampyrus lanensis.
With these two large bat species flying around the forests of the Philippine forests, only coming out at night, it could be that sightings of these large beasts, in the dark of night, may have lead to locals and visitors reporting sightings with large unknown humanoid avian creatures, we may never know.
There is currently no physical evidence to support the existence of a creature like the Alan living in the forests of Philippines.
No documented sightings of the Alan could be found at this time.
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Environment: Dense forest