This monster from Greek mythology is called a hydra and is significant because it is the antagonist in many Greek myths including the Second Labor of Hercules. The hydra is a serpent like monster that grows multiple heads in the absence of the first.
iguanamouth: “ M Y T H O L O G Y W E E K based on the greek monster campe, who was a woman with the lower half of a dragon, an enormous scorpion tail, and the heads of fifty creatures bubbling about her waist this one stays up all night eating...
One of the scarier mutant vehicles on the playa, Dragons of Eden was inspired by the mythological Greek monster Hydra. It was created by Santa Cruz-based mechanical engineer and fire artist Lucy Hosking. (Photo by Scott London) -- lights
Sara Fenelli: Mythological Monsters of Ancient Greece Fanelli has always rejected the conventional approach to illustration, lettering and page design. The 14 ancient Greek monsters in this hugely energetic retelling roar, hiss and writhe out of the page