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The Central American Whintosser is an aggressive fearsome critter from lumberjack tales of North America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This creature lives in the coast ranges of California, in the region of Isthmus. It is not a solitary creature; there are multiple Whintossers, in a a family or pack. (No one knows which)
It has a triangular body with a neck and a short tail that can swivel around.
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