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Doxy

M.O.M. Classification XXX

(Sometimes known as Biting Fairy)

The Doxy often mistaken for a fairy, though it is a quite separate species. Like the fairy, it has a minute human form, though in the Doxy’s case this is covered in thick black hair and an extra pair of arms and legs. The Doxy’s wings are thick, curved, and shiny much like a beetle’s. Doxies are found throughout northern Europe and America, preferring cold climates. They lay up to five hundred eggs at a time and burry them. The eggs hatch in two to three weeks. Doxies have double rows of sharp, venomous teeth. An antidote should be taken if bitten.