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Vatnagedda

Vatnagedda

Eiturgedda, poisonous pike
Dark and murky lakes in Iceland
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The Vatnagedda is a mythical creature from Icelandic folklore said to inhabit the lakes of Iceland.

It’s commonly described as a large flounder-like fish with a lot of hair. Due to its aversion to light, it’s said to dwell within the deepest, darkest lakes of Iceland, surfacing solely during stormy or foggy weather. Vatnagedda are said to be so poisonous that just touching them can dissolve both organic and inorganic substances, posing a lethal threat not only to humans but also to ethereal entities such as spirits and ghosts.

In Pop Culture

In a book called “Eye of the Shoal”, the author intertwines scientific exploration of fish with cultural anecdotes, including the Icelandic legend of Vatnagedda.

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Huntsville ON, Canada
MAR 3rd, 2023
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