- Mythical Number: #3763
- Culture: Modern Day
- Behaviour: Neutral
- Common Type: Fearsome Critters
The Squidgicum-Squee is one of the Fearsome Critters that were told in tales by the lumberjacks of the emerging USA in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Like the Wunk of the same area, the Squidgicum-Squee is very shy, not wanting to ever be seen. When it hears or sees someone or something approaching, it takes a deep breath and swallows itself.
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