The Selma is a gigantic serpent native to the icy freshwater lakes of Norway. Unlike the peaceful sea serpent, the Selma is a ferocious and carnivorous beast, consisting on a diet of fish and human flesh.[1]


Rather than their usual group of preforming trolls, the Norwegian National Quidditch team elected to bring a Selma as their mascot for the 2014 Quidditch World Cup, a decision defended by team manager Arnulf Moe as reflecting the "steely determination and ferocity" of his team. The Selma was placed in a magical lake in the Patagonian Desert where it engaged in a fight with the Fijian Dukuwaqa, which eventually escalated into a conflict between many of the team mascots.[1]

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