In Norse mythology, Huginn and Muninn are two ravens who serve as the eyes and ears of the god Odin. Their names translate to "thought" and "memory" respectively, reflecting their role as Odin's messengers.
Every day, Huginn and Muninn would fly around the world, gathering information and reporting back to Odin. The ravens were said to be intelligent and cunning, and were greatly valued by Odin. In some stories, they are depicted as helping Odin make important decisions and carrying out his will.