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Boshongo Bantu Creation Myth: In the beginning, Bumba was all alone in the water. He got sick and vomited up the sun, moon, stars, and land. He vomited up nine animals: a leopard, an eagle, a crocodile, a fish, a tortoise, lightning, a white heron, a scarab and a goat. The last thing that he vomited was mankind. The animals and Bumba’s three sons then created plants and the rest of the animals.
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Boshongo Bantu Creation Myth: In the beginning, Bumba was all alone in the water. He got sick and vomited up the sun, moon, stars, and land. He vomited up nine animals: a leopard, an eagle, a crocodile, a fish, a tortoise, lightning, a white heron, a scarab and a goat. The last thing that he vomited was mankind. The animals and Bumba’s three sons then created plants and the rest of the animals.

Boshongo Bantu Creation Myth:    In the beginning, Bumba was all alone in the water. He got sick and vomited up the sun, moon, stars, and land. He vomited up nine animals: a leopard, an eagle, a crocodile, a fish, a tortoise, lightning, a white heron, a scarab and a goat.  The last thing that he vomited was mankind. The animals and Bumba’s three sons then created plants and the rest of the animals.

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Boshongo (Bantu)- In the beginning, Bumba was all alone in the water. He got sick and vomited up the sun, moon, stars, and land. He vomited up animals and mankind.

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Aziwugum- Inuit myth: a dog with black, fish-like scales. Its tail is so strong that it could kill a man with a single blow.
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Aziwugum – Half fish, half dog and half walrus, well could be cool, but the pictures I have from it are horrible (sorry) and don’t show the walrus teeth, and now my Bunyip has walrus features so I didn’t need the Aziwugum anymore.

Aziwugum- Inuit myth: a dog with black, fish-like scales. Its tail is so strong that it could kill a man with a single blow.

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Anansi, a figure in Ashanti mythology, who could overcome his enemies through guile. Anansi is one of the most important characters of West African lore. He is a culture hero, who acts on behalf of Nyame, his father and the sky god. He brings rain to stop fires and performs other duties for him.
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Anansi, a figure in Ashanti mythology, who could overcome his enemies through guile. Anansi is one of the most important characters of West African lore. He is a culture hero, who acts on behalf of Nyame, his father and the sky god. He brings rain to stop fires and performs other duties for him.

Anansi, a figure in Ashanti mythology, who could overcome his enemies through guile. Anansi is one of the most important characters of West African lore. He is a culture hero, who acts on behalf of Nyame, his father and the sky god. He brings rain to stop fires and performs other duties for him.
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Yanagi-baba ("willow witch") is the spirit of 1,000-year-old willow tree. Anatomical features include long, green hair resembling leafy willow branches, wrinkled bark-like skin, a stomach that supplies nourishment directly to the tree roots, a sac for storing tree sap, and a cane cut from the wood of the old tree. Although Yanagi-baba is relatively harmless, she is known to harass passersby by snatching umbrellas into her hair, blowing fog out through her nose, and spitting tree sap.
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Yanagi-baba ("willow witch") is the spirit of 1,000-year-old willow tree. Anatomical features include long, green hair resembling leafy willow branches, wrinkled bark-like skin, a stomach that supplies nourishment directly to the tree roots, a sac for storing tree sap, and a cane cut from the wood of the old tree. Although Yanagi-baba is relatively harmless, she is known to harass passersby by snatching umbrellas into her hair, blowing fog out through her nose, and spitting tree sap.

Yanagi-baba ("willow witch") is the spirit of 1,000-year-old willow tree. Anatomical features include long, green hair resembling leafy willow branches, wrinkled bark-like skin, a stomach that supplies nourishment directly to the tree roots, a sac for storing tree sap, and a cane cut from the wood of the old tree. Although Yanagi-baba is relatively harmless, she is known to harass passersby by snatching umbrellas into her hair, blowing fog out through her nose, and spitting tree sap.
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Veo- Rinca island cryptid- a pangolin like creature the size of a horse was sighted on an island called Rintja. This outlandish claim is supported by the fact that animals of similar characteristics once lived on the islands of Java and Borneo near by. These grew to be 8ft. Cryptozoologists speculate that it can be a relic to Manis palaeojavanicus. Its been proven that the alleged picture was staged.
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Veo- Rinca island cryptid- a pangolin like creature the size of a horse was sighted on an island called Rintja. This outlandish claim is supported by the fact that animals of similar characteristics once lived on the islands of Java and Borneo near by. These grew to be 8ft. Cryptozoologists speculate that it can be a relic to Manis palaeojavanicus. Its been proven that the alleged picture was staged.

Veo- Rinca island cryptid- a pangolin like creature the size of a horse was sighted on an island called Rintja. This outlandish claim is supported by the fact that animals of similar characteristics once lived on the islands of Java and Borneo near by. These grew to be 8ft. Cryptozoologists speculate that it can be a relic to Manis palaeojavanicus. Its been proven that the alleged picture was staged.
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The World's Best Food-Based Creation Myths | SAVEUR 9/20/16 How coconuts grew from a man's head, breadfruit from his testicles, and other (compelling but improbable) origin stories.
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