" Many have heard of the Dahu, few have had the chance to observe it. [...] The morphology of dahu varies from region to region. Sometimes it takes on the appearance of a rabbit with a large tufted tail, sometimes a chamois with a cow's tail. But all of them have the same astonishing peculiarity: that of having the legs shorter on one side than the other, which allows them to move on the slopes.
[...] Even if the dahu keeps its secret, when you will be in the mountains:
Open your eyes, you never know ...! "
Extract from "le dahu légende vivante des montagnes",
Patrick Leroy, Editions du mont
Note : this is our traduction.
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