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The world of swimming — a stand-in here for society at large — is populated by the sort of sea serpent tattooed onto Ray's back.
The city was founded in 1519, when the Spanish still had one foot in the Middle Ages and captains would casually write in their ships’ logs about sea serpents, dragons and men with two heads.
Some of the stories are obviously fantastical, with demons, dragons, and sea serpents.
There are a wide variety of supernatural monsters and cryptids that have been spotted in the state, from the Lake Michigan sea serpent to the wolfman of Chestnut Mountain to giant black panthers, according to folklore.
In the repertoire of Renaissance cartographers, fierce mythical beasts—from sea serpents to manticores—represented dangers of unknown worlds.
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