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The snake is present in nearly all cultural mythologies, and it figures prominently in the Zuni belief system as well.  Zuni Pueblo is home to various snakes-and different iconic depictions of the snake include Avanyu, feathery guardian of waterways and sky, and bringer of rain, crop fertility, and seasonal change; Citdola, the serpent god that represents the transmutation of life through birth and death, and is represented by a lightning bolt, and the traditional snake, required idol at healing and fertility rituals, and considered to be a hunter and helper of man, regarded for it's ability to move unobtrusively with agility and speed.