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The Partridge Creek Beast is a dinosaur-cryptid hailing from the Yukon territory of Canada, which resembles a Ceratosaurus.

The creature is described as 30 feet long, larger than any recorded Ceratosaurus-fossil, and covered with long hair (or feathers), which are important for the creature's survival in the Arctic Circle. It presumably hunts reindeer and other large mammals which inhabit the Arctic areas of North America.

The creature was sighted the first time in 1907 by a hunting party, which consisted of four Canadians, James Lewis Buttler, Tom Leemore, Georges Dupuy and Pierre Lavagneux, as well as five unnamed First Nations individuals. Dupuy is credited with recording and publishing his discovery in 1908, though most people laughed at his claims.