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In Australian Aboriginal mythology, Mamaragan or Namarrkun is a lightning god who speaks with thunder as his voice. He rides a storm-cloud and throws lightning bolts to humans and trees. He lives in a puddle.
- Allen, Peter. "Mamaragan". Godchecker. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
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