Baabenga

BAABENGA, a goddess of the island of Bellona and daughter of the god Mauloko, her brother was Teangaitak and her sister was Tehahine’angiki, capable of appearing either as male or female and playing mischievous tricks on humans. She is vaguely associated with sharks.

On the island of Rennell, she is identified as the daughter of Sikingimoemore* and Tehainga’atua.
As a male, he was a malevolent god, and the interior of the island, the bush, and the trails were sacred to him.

Taken from : DICTIONARY OF POLYNESIAN MYTHOLOGY by Robert D. Craig

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