Nundu devoured a thief. Nundu died a thief. Adventurous, horrifying and peculiar stories have been told from the word ‘’Nundu.’’ Some of them scientific – putting the name to the face of a bird in the ostrich family with semi plume feathers; others terrifying and wizardry, like in the blog; hp-lexicon.org on creature/cat section describing Nundu as a gigantic magical leopard native to East Africa and considered the most dangerous beast in existence. The writer insinuates that Nundu’s breath carries disease and death and he can swallow a group of people in one gulp. So intriguing or is it? If he really exists, I believe it would take hundreds of wizards working together to overcome him. And when the magic happens, I’d love to be there. To witness spell cast on this occult; to see Nundu defend his realm with a gnaw at the front council; to see him jolt and grab and hog at the wizard’s apprentice hanging the kid wizard loose by his leg lets, his jiggered toes pegged to Nundu’s vampire teeth and his down facing skull cracked through by the mystical animal’s erect and bristling mane hair. Depictions of the animal on Google pictures is of a huge, unique and hungry giant cat with a ballooned thorny throat – the weirdest showing him stand on two firm dinosaur limbs and angrily ooze two thin arms with ghoulish claws.