Only found in the remotest arctic regions, the Buffalugalo has the body of a buffalo with the head of a beluga whale. Some have mistaken it for a misshapen polar bear - others for the mythical yeti. In the mid 1960s, speculation arose that the Buffalugalo was able to walk on its hind legs, though no scientific evidence of this has been found. The exact number of Buffalugalo remaining in the wild is unknown. It is generally not considered dangerous to humans.