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Raudkembingur- Icelandic myth: a whale like creature who is unmatched in ferocity and desire to destroy ships. It has a red crest on its neck, large jaws with rows of sharp teeth, and a brownish body. It is a very fast swimmer. It will play dead for months, waiting for a foolish ship to come near it. If it fails to catch a ship that it chased, it will die of frustration. It is said that a young callous man was cursed into becoming this red headed whale by elves.

Raudkembingur- Icelandic myth: a whale like creature who is unmatched in ferocity and desire to destroy ships. It has a red crest on its neck, large jaws with rows of sharp teeth, and a brownish body. It is a very fast swimmer. It will play dead for months, waiting for a foolish ship to come near it. If it fails to catch a ship that it chased, it will die of frustration. It is said that a young callous man was cursed into becoming this red headed whale by elves.

Hrosshvalur- Icelandic myth: a whale/horse hybrid that has a red mane down its neck. It would smack it's horse tail on the surface of the water to create huge waves to drown seafarers. It neighed like a horse to announce it's presence.

Hrosshvalur- Icelandic myth: a whale/horse hybrid that has a red mane down its neck. It would smack it's horse tail on the surface of the water to create huge waves to drown seafarers. It neighed like a horse to announce it's presence.

Nauthveli- Icelandic myth: a large whale creature that is bicolored, is finless, and has a bull-like head. It makes a very loud bellow when it is hungry and it makes the ground shake and can be heard for many miles. This roar is hypnotic to cows and forces them to jump into the sea where the Nauthveli is waiting to eat them. Saying its name summons it.

Nauthveli- Icelandic myth: a large whale creature that is bicolored, is finless, and has a bull-like head. It makes a very loud bellow when it is hungry and it makes the ground shake and can be heard for many miles. This roar is hypnotic to cows and forces them to jump into the sea where the Nauthveli is waiting to eat them. Saying its name summons it.

Snake headed dog- North American cryptid: a shaggy haired creature that had a long snake like head and neck with red eyes. It also had long hind legs and short forelimbs. It lacked a tail. It was witnessed by two drivers on a dark road in California. Explanation could be it was just a deer

Snake headed dog- North American cryptid: a shaggy haired creature that had a long snake like head and neck with red eyes. It also had long hind legs and short forelimbs. It lacked a tail. It was witnessed by two drivers on a dark road in California. Explanation could be it was just a deer

Traîcousse- French myth: a giant crab water bogey that lives in the deepest part of the river. It has blood shot eyes, brownish scales, shark-like teeth, and countess pincer legs. It eats animal and humans, especially likes children. Every so often it vomits up the skin and bones of its victims.

Traîcousse- French myth: a giant crab water bogey that lives in the deepest part of the river. It has blood shot eyes, brownish scales, shark-like teeth, and countess pincer legs. It eats animal and humans, especially likes children. Every so often it vomits up the skin and bones of its victims.

Hippalectryon- Greek myth: a creature with its front half of a horse and its back half of a rooster but it also possessed wings with yellow feathers. No known myth exists for this creature, it was just used in literature and art.

Hippalectryon- Greek myth: a creature with its front half of a horse and its back half of a rooster but it also possessed wings with yellow feathers. No known myth exists for this creature, it was just used in literature and art.

Onoskelis- Christian myth: a beautiful female demon that has the legs of a mule. She mostly dwells in caves and enjoys killing men.

Onoskelis- Christian myth: a beautiful female demon that has the legs of a mule. She mostly dwells in caves and enjoys killing men.

Leontophone- Medieval legend: a small, african creature that is deadly specifically towards lions. Their meat and urine are poisonous to lions. Lions either avoid them all together or shred them to pieces with their claws.

Leontophone- Medieval legend: a small, african creature that is deadly specifically towards lions. Their meat and urine are poisonous to lions. Lions either avoid them all together or shred them to pieces with their claws.

Chrysaor- Greek myth: this sprang from the neck of medusa as soon as it was cut off along with pegasus. It is a winged boar but sometimes it is depicted as a giant man with golden armor.

Chrysaor- Greek myth: this sprang from the neck of medusa as soon as it was cut off along with pegasus. It is a winged boar but sometimes it is depicted as a giant man with golden armor.

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