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Unusual Patronuses (Patroni? Patroneese?)

Every witch and wizard’s patronus looks a little different. Sometimes its shape has to do with their personality, as with Luna’s hare and Umbridge’s cat, and sometimes it’s connected to a loved one, as with Harry’s, Tonks’s, and Snape’s. But with so many different animal shapes to choose from, some patronuses are bound to end up looking a bit…different. Here are some examples, courtesy of tumblr artist Alicia Braumberger.

unusual patronuses


And here’s one more (I’ve got this on a t-shirt, because it’s true):



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