Central American Whintosser
- Modern Day (culture)
- Forest Dweller (attribute)
- Troublesome (behaviour)
- Fearsome Critters (common type)
One of the bizarre creatures told by the lumberjacks of the emerging America of the 19th and early 20th centuries. It has a triangular body with a swivel neck and a short tail. It is a small beast and has the ability to spin round a hundred times a minute. It has three sets of legs which help it to stabilize itself during earthquakes which are frequent in the region. This legs are positioned all around its body enabling it to walk upside down, sideways and on the ground. The fir is bristly and forms a triangular shape. This animal causes much trouble to man and is difficult to kill. The only known way to destroy the creature is to trap it in a fume pipe. In this pipe, the Whintosser will walk in all directions and tear itself apart.
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