The sha is usually depicted as a slender dog, resembling a greyhound or a jackal, with three distinguishing features: a stiff tail, often forked at the end, which stands straight up or at an angle, whether the animal is sitting, standing, or walking; its ears, also held erect, are usually depicted as squarish or triangular, narrowest at the base and widest at the squarish tops; and a long nose, often with a slight downward curve. It is normally depicted as black, but may also have been reddish
n the 1960s, and again in the late 1990s and early 2000s, stories began to circulate about a mysterious canid, dubbed the salawa or sal'awa (scary wolf). The creature allegedly attacked several small villages in remote parts of southern Egypt, resulting in several injuries and even deaths. Eyewitness accounts and grainy photographs of a specimen allegedly killed by villagers resulted in speculation that the creature was the same as the “Typhonian animal”; a slender, black canine, rarely seen, but typically found on the edge of the desert.
When I first read this, I actually thought of a Saluki, a breed of dog fond in Egypt. They’re slender, fast, and graceful.
So basically these are the first five, but I’m sill working on more, so worry not (sherlee, Matt, whoever that was following Mae, and maybe some other people) because I’m still working! its just…these things take time…
I feel like banging my head against the wall: There are so many apologies that I am tempted to tag onto these pictures but I’m not going to, but if you feel like you deserve one let me know because most of you do