Freshwater Monster of British Columbia, Canada.
Etymology: Chilliwack (Salishan) word. Variant names: Seelkee, Silhqey, Si'xqe, Shla-lah-kum, Su'ike, Ts'ewali.
Physical description: Length, 14 feet. Head and neck, 4 feet long. Legs like a beaver's. Long tail.
Distribution: Cultus Lake, British Columbia, and nearby lakes and streams.
Sources: Wilson Duff, The Upper Stalo Indians of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia (Victoria, Canada: British Columbia Provincial Museum Department of Education, 1953); Oliver N. Wells, The Chilliwacks and Their Neighbors (Vancouver, Canada: Talonbooks,
1987); John Kirk, In the Domain ofLake Monsters (Toronto, Canada: Key Porter Books, 1998), p. 176.
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