Sigbin

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One of the varying descriptions of a Sigbin

The sigbin is a creature in Philippine mythology that walks backwards with its head lowered between its hind legs, and sucks the blood of its victims through their shadows. It is usually believed to be nocturnal, and to reside in the province of Cebu.

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Speculations on sightings

A carnivore not previously known to science was discovered in 2005 on the island of Borneo. Described as a "cat-fox", it has hind legs that are lower than its front legs. It is speculated that this species could be the original basis of the sigbin legends. Others have speculated in the past that there could be an actual "sigbin" animal, possibly related to the kangaroo.

Popular culture

The sigbin is the subject of the song, "Original Sigbin", popularized by the Visayan band, Junior Kilat.

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