Monster of Lake Fagua
- Mythical Number: #2314
- Culture: South American
- Attribute: Aquatic
- Attribute: Rural
- Behaviour: Haunting
A water monster mentioned in documents form 1784. It lived in Lake Fagua in Chile and was described as having a long serpentine body with a human face and huge ears the shape of a donkey’s ears. The creature had wings and a long pointed tail which it used to sting and attack enemies. It also attacked using its rings or suckers to grab its prey. The beast was horned and had a mane like a horse. It would emerge from the waters at night to terrify the local people and feed on the livestock.
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