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#075 Vwamil

The first vwamil discovered swam out of a hot springs in a crowded, national park in the winter. The park was immediately shut down for investigation into what the unknown creature was, which then led to the discovery that vwamils commonly live in the deepest crevasses in many popular hot springs around the world. Why that first vwamil left the boiling water for a cold, winter day is still unknown.

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