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Sphinxes are a predominantly female species. However, Males exist in smaller numbers.
Anatomy and appearanceEdit
Sphinxes have the body of a lion, are usually but not always winged and their faces are either a human or feline.
Behaviour / Behaviour and intelligence / Society and cultureEdit
Sphinxes often guard temples and tombs. Many are reputed to be wise from their habit of asking riddles.
Relationship with other speciesEdit
Sphinxes have been known to kill and eat anyone who fails to answer their riddles.