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In Inuit mythology, ‘Keelut’ also known as Ke'lets, Qiqion, or Qiqirn, is an evil chthonic spirit who resembles a hairless dog. It is said to feast upon the dead, and is sometimes seen as a harbinger of death. Having hair only on its feet, the tracks of the Keelut are said to disappear, giving those the creature stalks no warning of its presence.
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