Camazotz

Central American - A Mayan bat-god in Xibalba. He used his claws to cut off the head of Hunapu, but the hero was restored to life by a tortoise and Camazotz was defeated. Also commonly known as Camazotz, Camalotz, Camalotz, Camazotz, Camazotz, Camulatz, Camulatz, Camazotz, Camazotz, Zotz, Zotz, Zotzilaha Chimalman or Zotzilaha Chimalman.
Central American - A huge bird. In one of their early attempts to create human beings, the Mayan gods Tepeu and Gucamatz carved them from wood. When they proved unsuccessful, they sent four huge birds to destroy their creation. The others were known as Cotzbalam, Tecumbalam and Xecotcovach. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Camazotz, Camalotz, Camalotz, Camazotz, Camazotz, Camulatz, Camulatz, Camazotz, Camazotz, Zotz, Zotz, Zotzilaha Chimalman or Zotzilaha Chimalman.

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