Freshwater Monster of British Columbia, Canada.
Etymology: Salishan word.
Variant name: Shunuklas.
Physical description: Black. Head like a snake's. Ears or fins behind the head. Neck, 12-15 feet long.
Distribution: Harrison Lake and Harrison River, British Columbia.
Significant sightings: In 1908, Hans Oluk and the crew of a tugboat saw the head and neck of an animal in Harrison Lake.
On August 24, 1936, Maggie Mills and others watched an animal with a long neck and tail swimming in Harrison River at the mouth of Old Jim's Slough.
Sources: Chilliwack (B.C.) Progress, August 26, 1936; Vancouver Daily Province, October 18, 1976; Mary Moon, Ogopogo (Vancouver, Canada: J. J. Douglas, 1977), p. 150; John Kirk, In the Domain of Lake Monsters (Toronto, Canada: Key Porter Books, 1998), pp. 176-180.
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