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[[image:chatloup.gif|right|Chatloup]]A '''chatloup''' is an [[animal]] with the head of a [[cat]], body of a [[wolf]] and the horns of a [[goat]]. It can also be called a '''Calopus.''' Some people have them as part of their [[device]]s
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[[image:chatloup.gif|right|Chatloup]]A '''chatloup''' is an [[animal]] with the head of a [[cat (Animal) | cat]], body of a [[wolf]] and the horns of a [[goat]]. It can also be called a '''Calopus.''' Some people have them as part of their [[device]]s
   
 
Invented in the early [[16th century]] and only used as a [[supporter]] in [[England|English]] [[heraldry]].
 
Invented in the early [[16th century]] and only used as a [[supporter]] in [[England|English]] [[heraldry]].

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Chatloup

A chatloup is an animal with the head of a cat, body of a wolf and the horns of a goat. It can also be called a Calopus. Some people have them as part of their devices

Invented in the early 16th century and only used as a supporter in English heraldry.