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Storsjoodjuret



A famous lake monster legend in Sweden, the Storsjoodjuret is said to be a large beast that resides in lake Storsjon. The name Storsjoodjuret translates in Swedish to 'great monster of Storsjon'. The creature has been sighted since 1635 with descriptions varying from a 24-foot long 3-humped serpent to 9-foot in length with black, gray, red or yellow coloring. In recent years there have been several serious investigations into Storsjoodjuret but nothing conclusive has been found.

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