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Can anyone list me creatures that live in waters?
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Are you talking about spirits of water, real animals, magical criatures related to the water...?
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Spiritual and magical creatures, I know animals
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The Selkie is a Scottish creature that takes the appearance of a seal and when it removes it's skin it turns into a woman. If a selkies skin is stolen then it must remain as a human.
The Kelpie is also Scottish, it takes the appearance of a white horse which entices you to ride it, when you so, you cannot let go of it and the Kelpie will jump into a lake and drown you.
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The kelpie is there anyway it can be in America and not just a Scottish creature?
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I think a Kelpie is only in Scotland, since it lives in Loch Ness. However, Some people believe in Nessie, some don't. In 1933 a "photograph" was taken, but ended up being a hoax.

You can read more about Nessie on Wikipedia https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loch_Ness_Monster it's really interesting.

I'm also Scottish, my great great grandfather owned land in Scotland, before fleeing to America, I don't know the full story, but I do know my coat of arms, my badge which says I shine, not burn in Latin, and the piece of land.

Another Scottish mythical creature is called a Brownie, theyre household spirits similar to a hobgoblin, they do house hold work usually at night when you're asleep. (Similar to the elves who helped the Cobbler fix shoes)
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About spiritual, there are Many, Many types of water creatures. I know of Mermaids and the monster of Loch Ness. I do not know if Loch Ness monster exists, but Mermaids exist and many of them are male as well.
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