Also known as Julungsul
- Aboriginal (culture)
- Aquatic (attribute)
- Reptilian (attribute)
- Deadly (behaviour)
- Sea Serpents (common type)
A snake from Aboriginal myth. At one time there where two sisters who had the responsibility to name all the creatures and plants of the Earth and take care off them. They had incestuous relationships with their own tribe. While one remained pregnant, the other let her menstrual blood loose into the waters. This polluted the oceans and angered the snake Julunggul who in revenge, flooded the world and devoured the sisters and their children.
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