1. The Niffler
Probably the cutest animal in the film… but also the most thief! This adorable black fur ball close to a mole is indeed attracted to everything that glitters and has one nasty flaw: he loves to steal objects. If you want to own a niffler, it’s easy to find plush! Note that this animal is mentioned in the book Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
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New York, 1926. The wizarding world is in great danger. A mysterious force sows chaos in the streets of the city: the wizarding community now risks being at the mercy of the Faithful of Salem, a fanatical group of Non-Maj ‘(American version of the “Muggle”) determined to annihilate them. As for the formidable sorcerer Gellert Grindelwald, after having wreaked havoc in Europe, he has disappeared… and cannot be found. Ignoring all of this smoldering conflict, Norbert Dragonneau arrives in New York after a journey across the world: he has listed an extraordinary bestiary of fantastic creatures, some of which are hidden in the magical recesses of his leather bag – apparently – commonplace.
Fantastic Beasts, with Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogler