The Animawr is a large land mammal of the family Magnabestae. The Animawr has four legs, an arched back and a sizable head with a flexible trunk. In addition the Animawr has two massive tusks, which may be used as deadly weapons of attack, and is fully covered with hair. The Animawr is a native of the Aeronesian Archipelago, although it has been threatened with extinction in the last century. Animawr live together in small bands of 10 to 15 members, all belonging to the same family. As of late 1690, some twenty bands are known to exist, most of them in the Kilkelly national park. The Animawr is potentially related to the Giid-Lisea-Eda which is a native of Corum.
The common name Animawr is a contraction of the Calraeg words "anifail" and "mawr" and means "big animal".