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|Origins||Medieval European Mythology, Legend and Folklore|
|Appearance||A large fish with backwards scales...|
The Acipenser is a creature with origins in Medieval European mythology, legend and folklore.
The Acipenser is a name for a Genus of sturgeons. However, the Acipenser resembles a giant version of a sturgeon.
The Acipenser often swims in the water, and has backward-facing scales , similar to the Goofang, a creature which is one of the Fearsome Critters of the Lumberwoods.
As stated above, the Acipenser has backward-facing scales, and it is of such an immense size that it cannot be captured/
Unfortunately, the Acipenser cannot swim quickly due to its backward-facing scales.