This is another of the beasts from old North American Lumberjack tales. The Dungavehooter, lived in the north of Maine and the upper peninsula of Michigan. While a mammal, he was shaped oddly like an alligator or gila monster but with no mouth at all and a pair of giant nostrils, from which the only noise produced was an all powerful “snort”. He prowled low to the ground with short stumpy legs and a powerful stubby tale. It preys on the drunk rum-filled lumberjacks by hiding behind a bush. When the victim stumbled by, the Dungavenhooter leapt out and knocked its prey to the ground with its tail. The Dungavenhooter then repeatedly jumped up and down on its victim until gases were produced which it inhales in through its large nostrils.
I didn’t take this description word for word, but it’s close so here’s a link to where I find most of our beasts.
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