- Mythical Number: #3281
- Culture: Inuit
- Behaviour: Neutral
This was a colossal worm-like creature from a distant primordial period. The Tisikh Puk originates from the mythology of the Inuit people. of the Bering Sea in Alaska. The Tisikh Puk transformed into a human being. During the primordial period it was common for animals to have the power to change their form into that of a human being. Many Inuit artifacts of the Tisikh Puk show the creature as having the body of a worm or caterpillar with the head of a human.
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