Also known as Msi-Kinepikwa, Misikinipik.
- North American (culture)
- Aquatic (attribute)
- Reptilian (attribute)
- Friendly (behaviour)
- Sea Serpents (common type)
A sea creature from the beliefs of the Cree Indians of North America. Originally it was a faun that had one red horn and one blue horn. It lived in the centre of a lake near the tribes of the Shawnee people of North America. When it grows it sheds its skin and emerges as a snake As a snake it lives under the land and in the waters and has horns protruding from its head. It teamed up with Mich-Pichoux and the Water Lynxes who waged war on Wesuccechak and the Thunder beings who protect humans.
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