Freshwater Monster of Ontario and Michigan.
Etymology: Huron (Iroquoian) word. Physical description: Serpentine. Horns. Flaming eyes.
Behavior: Venomous flesh, said to be used by the Indians as a poison.
Distribution: Southern Ontario around Georgian Bay; a pool near the Huron River, Michigan.
Sources: Paul Ragueneau, Relation de ce qui s'est passé en la mission des peres de la Compaigne des Jesus aux Hurons, pays de la Nouvelle France, ès années 1647 et 1648, in Rélations des Jésuites (Québec, Canada: A. Coté, 1858), vol. 2, pp. 45-82; Horatio Hale, "Huron Folklore," Journal of American Folklore 2 (1889): 249-254.
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