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|Featured Article (June 2016)|
The Mannegishi is a cryptid and myth of the Cree Natives of Canada. According the the Cree, there are two kinds of people: normal people like you, and the miniature people like the Mannegishi. They say that the Mannegishi is a mischievous trickster.
It is reported as a small, human-like entity with slender arms and legs, with each hands sporting six fingers each. The thing that makes this cryptid unique is the large head, big eyes, and the lack of a nose or mouth. They are an aquatic based cryptid, and spend most of their time in dams in the river. This cryptid has a very peculiar method of breathing. It absorbs the oxygen through the water through its skin—notably, this is similar to one method of how amphibians breathe.
Some, like zoologist and cryptozoologist Karl Shuker, believe that the Mannegishi and Dover Demon are possibly the same thing as the are both small, slender, have large eyes and a large, round head.
The Mannegishi are adept crafters and use stone as their primary medium. They have been known to carve pictographs into stone. They are also found often within rock dwellings such as caves, typically by rivers and streams.
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