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Hidden : 9/7/2018
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El Ramidreju. Ser de la mitología cántabra que mora los bosques de la región y vive en profundos agujeros semejantes a toperas. Nacen una vez cada cien años como crías de comadrejas o rámilas. Su cuerpo es delgado y alargado y se prolonga con su larga cola, todo su cuerpo es protegido por una piel rayada de tonos verdosos y negros, semejante a la de una serpiente. Sus ojos son grandes y amarillos y su hocico similar al del jabalí le sirve para excavar bajo tierra. Cuentan las leyendas que el Ramidreju posee la facultad de encontrar tesoros ocultos. Dicen también que la piel de este ser posee el poder de curar cualquier enfermedad.


The Ramidreju is a creature in Cantabrian mythology that inhabits the forests in the region and lives in deep holes similar to moles. They are born once every hundred years as weasel young. Their body is thin and long with a long tail. Their whole body is protected by their striped green and black fur, similar to that of a snake. Their eyes are big and green and their snout is like a boar's which enables them to dig underground. Legend has it that the Ramidreju possesses a treasure hunting trait. It is also said that its fur can cure and illness.  

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