A rare breed of the "phalacrocorax carunculatus" bird family (latin) or the "rough faced shag" (english). It is indigenous to England, to be specific, the area now modernly named "Wetwang", a yorkshire village. It is also a distant relative to the bird of preys in the Hawk family.
It is well known for it's habit of irregular periodic bleeding which results in many unfortunate victims as it passes above their heads. Many tales in Wetwang tell of innocent bystanders being consumed by hungry wolves when they smelt the blood of the Andiqwar on them.
In recent years however, it has begun to spread it's wings and nest in more distant regions such as Canada, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and North Korea.
Innocent Bystander: What a nice day!
*Andiqwar flies by and bleeds on Innocent Bystander*
Innocent Bystander: OH MY GOD WHAT IS THIS SH*T!?
*Random nearby wolves smell blood and eat Innocent Bystander*
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