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The fearsome Hodag is a legendary creature that haunts the town of Rhinelander, Wisconsin. It has been said to possess “the head of a frog, the face of an elephant, and the body of a spiky lizard-like creature.” Writer B.J. Hollars told InsideEdition.com that the creature is a 19th century hoax designed to attract tourists. It’s become a kind of mascot for the town, Hollars said, and its “legend just continues to grow.”
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