Freshwater Monster of Saskatchewan, Canada.

Etymology: Presumably named after "Puff the Magic Dragon," a 1963 song by the musical trio Peter, Paul, and Mary.

Physical description: Like a big log. Scaly. Behavior: Amphibious.

Distribution: Peter Pond Lake, Saskatchewan.

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Significant sightings: Two ambiguous sightings in 1977 and 1979.

Sources: Edmonton (Alta.) Sun, June 4, 1979; John Kirk, In the Domain of Lake Monsters (Toronto, Canada: Key Porter Books, 1998), p. 195.

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