- North American (culture)
- Forest Dweller (attribute)
- Neutral (behaviour)
- Fearsome Critters (common type)
One of the creatures from Connecticut, told by the lumberjacks of the 19th and early 20th centuries. This was a small creature the size of a weasel with a brown-red coloured fir coat. It lived on a diet of birds and worms. It was so wild that no man could tame it. It worked all day and so it could only be caught at night. It fir skin was used for garments which were said to be highly prized by women.
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