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Luna Lovegood: "There are ways of flying other than with broomsticks."
Ron Weasley: "I s'pose we're going to ride on the back of the Kacky Snorgle or whatever it is?"
Luna Lovegood: "The Crumple-Horned Snorkack can't fly..."
Luna Lovegood to Ron Weasley in 1996[src]

The Crumple-Horned Snorkack is an elusive magical creature believed to live in Sweden. However, it was never found (even by Luna Lovegood, a wizarding naturalist who searched the globe for impossible creatures for years) and is very likely a delusion of Xenophilius Lovegood.[1] Outside of the Lovegood family, Colin Creevey also seemed to believe in the existence of the creature, once expressing an interest in being hired by The Quibbler to try and photograph one.[2]

Luna Lovegood and her father, Xenophilius Lovegood, who often printed stories of the Snorkack in his magazine The Quibbler, made an expedition to Sweden during the summer of 1996 to search for the Snorkack, but were unsuccessful in locating their elusive quarry.[3]

At some point in 1997, Mr. Lovegood purchased what he believed to be the horn of a Crumple-Horned Snorkack, as a gift for his daughter. When Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger visited him, the latter pointed out that it was in fact an Erumpent horn and dangerous, but Xenophilius refused to listen. When a spell struck the horn in the skirmish that shortly ensued, the horn blew up, destroying most of the house. The Lovegoods believed that the horn would repair itself.[4]

After the Second Wizarding War, Luna would go on to become a famous wizarding naturalist and would discover many magical creatures, though she never found a Snorkack. She eventually realised that some creatures simply do not exist, and accepted that the Crumple-Horned Snorkack never existed.[5]


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