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|Origins||Spanish Mythology, Legend and Folklore|
|Appearance||Large green hog-faced mustelid...|
The Ramidreju is a creature with origins in Spanish mythology, legend and folklore (more specifically the region of Cantabria in northern Spain). It is born once every 100 years from a weasel or a marten.
Resembles a weasel with a long snake-like body, green tinted fur, and a nose of a hog. Yellow eyes.
It uses its nose to dig deep holes. It strongly desires gold and collects it.
Its fur can heal every sickness so people hunt them.