Haddock, Birds and Beasts in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Wales
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Title: Haddock


The haddock has a dark spot on each side its gills, and superstition ascribes these marks to the impression of St Peter’s thumb and finger, when he took the tribute money out of the mouth of a fish of the same species in the sea of Galilee.


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