Hoga - North American
Also known as Andura
- Mythical Number: #1541
- Culture: North American
- Attribute: Aquatic
- Behaviour: Neutral
A sea dweller of Mexico that had the head and ears of a pig and the barbs of a cat-fish. It had numerous ferocious long fangs all over its mouth. It had the ability to change colour from red, to yellow and to green. It was largely vegetarian feeding off the leaves of the hoga tree by the lake Themisitian but it would devour humans and animals that came within close distance.
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