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List of legendary creatures by type - Wikipedia


Water[edit] ... Vodyanoy · Water Dragon · Water Leaper · Water Sprite · Yacuruna · Zaratan. see also Category:Mythological water creatures.

Water mythology - Lenntech


An assemblage of myth and legends on water and water creatures.

Sea Monsters From A to Z! | Tor.com


Aug 13, 2012 ... Cetus (Greek mythology/constellation): Most of the sea monsters taken ... Land Shark (Saturday Night Live): A deadly creature that will get into ...

Top 10 Unknown Disturbing Mythological Sea Monsters - Toptenz.net


Aug 15, 2014 ... It is thought that the Sea Bishop's legend might have been inspired from a real sea creature known as the Giant Squid. The giant squid was first ...

Sea Creatures - Mythical Creatures Guide

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A wiki site about mythical creatures, beasts, and monsters from legends, folklore, fantasy, mythology and cryptozoology. Come add your ...

Ten Mythological Creatures in Ancient Folklore | Ancient Origins


Jun 29, 2014 ... According to the Scandinavian mythology, the Kraken is a giant sea creature ( said to be 1 mile long) that attacks ships and is so huge that its ...

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Dec 4, 2015 ... Check out these 10 terrifying mythical sea monsters! ... underwater and can communicate with sea creatures (either in their own language or ...

1000+ ideas about Mythical Sea Creatures on Pinterest | Sea ...


Find and save ideas about Mythical Sea Creatures on Pinterest, the world's catalog of ideas. | See more about Sea Monsters, Mermaids and Mermaid Art.

Real Sea Monsters and Mythical Creatures of the Deep | Exemplore


Oct 20, 2016 ... Tales of mythical sea creatures have existed since man first went to sea. Who would have guessed some of the monsters really exist?

25 Most Legendary Creatures From Greek Mythology - List25


Jun 5, 2013 ... 25 Most Legendary Creatures From Greek Mythology ... that lived on one side of a narrow channel of water, opposite its counterpart Charybdis.