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by Micha F. Lindemans
The Iroquois wind-giant. He lives in a house guarded by several animals, each responsible for a specific type of wind. The prowling of the bear brings the north wind and his whining brings the strong west wind. The breathing of the moose brings the wet east wind. Finally, the fawn, returning to its mother, brings the gentle south wind.

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