- Medieval (culture)
- Flying (attribute)
- Neutral (behaviour)
A goose that is believed to hatch from barnacles on driftwood. Some believe that they hatch from trees that grow near the sea. It was a goose that Europeans encountered when it flew south due to the cold weather. People were undecided if it were a fish or a goose and debated on whether it could be eaten during Lent when no meat is meant to be consumed.
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