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Many plains First Nations looked up at what the ancient Greeks called the constellation Perseus and instead saw a buffalo (called Maskote Pisike in Cree.)

This guardian of the shaking tent ceremony can easily be seen in the winter, but is barely visible in summer.

The story says this is because the buffalo is on Earth feeding at this time of year.

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