A mammal, known for its fishing skills and long neck, ranging from 10-16 inches. His lifestyle is seasonal and has been spotted in the Alaskan region in the summer while frequenting the Northern Nevada territory the remainder of the year. It is believed his long neck is used to lean over the side of the boat to pull fish out of the water. It has sensitive retinas due to much sun during the Alaskan summers. Often it can be spotted on a park bench with his fresh catch.
I saw a Luick pull his head out of the water and was amazed at the power of that neck, lucky for me, he burnt his eyes and could not see me from a far distance.