The ahuizotl is a creature from aztec myth, described as looking somewhat like a small hairless dog (presumably a mexican hairless) with small triangular ears, black rubbery skin, and hands like a racoons, as well as a long tail with a hand on the end that it uses to drag its victims into the water to drown them and eat their eyes and fingernails. When hungry, it can cry like a baby to lure people in.
woah thats one scary creature, glad its only a myth
I'm not going to use this as my avatar, but this is just lovely! I've always been fascinated with this aztec creature, and it's great to see somebody else's interpretation of one.