The Monster of the Inuit

There’s an old Inuit legend about a mythical being called Sedna. The story goes Sedna is a giant and the daughter of the creator-god Anguta. Senda has a great hunger which causes her to attack her parents. Angered, her father Anguta takes her out to sea and throws her over the side of his kayak. As she clings to the sides, he chops off her fingers. The huge severed appendages transform into seals, walruses, and whales which are hunted by the Inuit. Her body sinks to the underworld, where she…

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