Deer Woman is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology who is said to be the spirit protector of women and children. Like the Gods and Goddesses of Greece and Rome she sometimes uses her shape-shifting ability to exact revenge.

Deer Woman is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology. She appears at various times as an old woman, or a young beautiful maiden, or a deer. Some descriptions assign her a human female upper body and the lower body of a white-tailed deer.

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Aglebemu- Native American myth: a giant frog monster that damed up a river, drying it up, causing a drought. It was defeated and turned into a bullfrog by a hero named Glooskap.

Aglebemu- Native American myth: a giant frog monster that damed up a river, drying it up, causing a drought. It was defeated and turned into a bullfrog by a hero named Glooskap.

Mishipeshu - This panther-like deity is known from Native American folklore, and dwells particularly in and around the Lake Superior area, where it protects a large amount of copper. It is capable of possessing people using the water, moving like a waterborne disease, and its victims can only be cured using the copper from the lake.

Mishipeshu - "the Great Lynx" This panther-like deity is known from Native American folklore, and dwells particularly in and around the Lake Superior area.

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Wendigo - In Algonquian folklore, the wendigo or windigo is a cannibal monster or evil spirit native to the northern forests of the Atlantic Coast and Great Lakes Region of both the United States and Canada.

Mishipeshu - a creature of Native American mythology resembling felines sprouting a pair of horns, it is greatly feared and respected due to its ability to control lakes and rivers

Mishipeshu - a creature of Native American mythology resembling felines sprouting a pair of horns, it is greatly feared and respected due to its ability to control lakes and rivers.

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Wendigo: A cannibalistic monster in Northern Native American folklore, particularly stemming from the Ojibwe and Cree. A human can become a Wendigo when they consume human flesh, or when a Wendigo overtakes them.

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