We tackle this pain-in-the-ass cryptid mystery, only to have it completely run over us… with its wheel… on its ass!

Yup, this cute seal has a freaking wheel between its buttcheeks… which it uses to zip through its arctic landscape!


Huge THANK YOU!!! to The Crescent Hare, a.k.a. Christina (actually a barn owl in “human” disguise) for making me ROFL for over 2 hours 🤣, and creating her magnificent Icegedunk artwork!!! Guys, she has made cryptozoology history with this awesome art piece, which may be purchased ⁠HERE⁠

Show your support by following her on Instagram ⁠@thecrescenthare⁠

If you wish to proudly display the Seal with a Wheel, or the very… “handsome” face of Indrid Cold, or even a sexy Braxxie, all of Christina’s art can be found at ⁠www.etsy.com/shop/thecrescenthare/⁠

Check out our prior episode Icegedunk: Seal with a Wheel – with TheCrescentHare



Episode artwork by The Crescent Hare ⁠@thecrescenthare⁠

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⁠It’s Something Wiki: Icegedunk⁠

⁠Lore & Order: Complete Bestiary⁠

Ash “Leoparddancer” Dekirk, with Oberon Zell-Ravenheart (2007). A Wizard’s Bestiary. New Page Books

Michael Taft (1983). Tall Tales of British Columbia. Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Government Services

LaBarbera, Michael. “Why the Wheels Won’t Go.” The American Naturalist 121, no. 3 (1983): 395-408.

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Vuk/Darwin, host of Tracing Owls Podcast. All-around trickster weirdo discussing biology, forteana, the paranormal and their intricate cultural nuances!