The North American Candy-Striped Boar has been spotted around areas in North Dakota, Minnesota and Michigan but, has been more notably seen around Canada. The Candy-Striped Boar has been a bane on many farmlands across northern United States and Canada. Because of the importance of agriculture in these areas the Candy-striped boar has a full hunting season dedicated to it. Although, a lot of people still consider the Boar to be a myth simply because no hunter has ever been able to kill one. Many farmers say they see it around sunset eating their corn, wheat and other crops. The only evidence is strange cotton candy-smelling pink poop that is left on their land. Although the Candy-Striped Boar can ruin crops its pink poop makes an incredible fertilizer causing many larger scale farms to call for preservation of the beasts.
In the world’s most lush forests and woodlands are mythical creatures unknown to most mankind. Gill McFinn's Mammals of Myth™ immortalized on our printed Garments tell the tales of these elusive beasts. We designed these cool designs to be the awesome trophies for these beasts. Due to their extreme rarity there is conservation and preservation campaigns for them. Experienced hunters fear not; these awesome designs will be all the proof you need of an encounter with one of these magical animals!