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The source of the River Peng (彭水 péng shuǐ) is located on this mountain1 and flows west into the River Pi Hu (芘湖水 pí hú shuǐ). And in these waters there are scores of Tiao Yu, they look like ordinary chickens, but with red feathers, three tails, six legs and four heads. They make a sound simliar to a magpie. Eating their flesh will make the consumer feel carefree, without sorrow and anxiety. 

1 Dai Mountain (带山 dài shān)

Tiao Yu 鯈鱼 (tiáo yú)
Status: Rare Beast
Gender: Male or Female
Pronunciation: (audio file coming soon)
Best known for: Chicken with four heads

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