Also known as Smirdris, Sinach.
- Mythical Number: #2359
- Culture: Celtic
- Attribute: Aquatic
- Attribute: Reptilian
- Behaviour: Neutral
- Common Type: Sea Serpents
A spined sea Dragon from Celtic mythology. It inhabits the Loch Rudraige of Ireland and has the ability to swell up its body to great size and then deflate again. It was an enemy to Fergus Mac Leti who killed the beast.
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