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Native American Legends: Long Ears

Name: Long Ears
Alternate spellings: Long-Ears
Tribal affiliation: Seminole
Native names: Hvcko Capko, Hatcko-tcapko
Pronunciation: hutch-ko chop-koh
Type: Monster

Long Ears is a hairy, wolf-like monster of Seminole mythology. It is usually described as being four-footed, the size of a donkey, with a wolf's head and long pointed ears.

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*Long Ears:
    Article about the Seminole Hvcko Capko, or Long Ears.

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