Koko

African - In Bantu lore, an old woman who knew the name of the tree. Bearing forbidden fruit. When she finds that animals to whom she has told the name of this tree have eaten some of its fruit, she punishes them. Tortoise, who had been buried in an anthill, escaped without punishment. Sometimes referred to as Koko.
North American - Mask-gods: rain-making gods of the Zuni: the entire pantheon of the Zuni deities. Sometimes referred to as Koko.

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