Skolopendra- Greek myth:a giant arthropod sea monster that has a crayfish-like tail, numerous legs along its body which it uses like oars to move and extremely long hairs that protrude from its nostrils.

Skolopendra- Greek myth:a giant arthropod sea monster that has a crayfish-like tail, numerous legs along its body which it uses like oars to move and extremely long hairs that protrude from its nostrils.

Nereus- Greek god: the old man of the sea. he was able to shapeshift and had the gift of prophecy. he was the eldest son of Pontus and Gaia. along with the Oceanid Doris, he fathered the Nereids and Nerites

Nereus- Greek god: the old man of the sea. he was able to shapeshift and had the gift of prophecy. he was the eldest son of Pontus and Gaia. along with the Oceanid Doris, he fathered the Nereids and Nerites

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Triteia was, in Greek mythology, the daughter of the Sea-God Triton and Mother of Melanippus by Ares. Great costume idea though.

Brizo, Greek Goddess of the Sea and Deep Dreams

Brizo, Greek Goddess of the Sea Who protects fishermen and brings prophetic dreams. Artwork and article by Thalia Took.

Tokandia- Madagascar cryptid: a bear sized lemur that is thought to be a relic individual of the "extinct" koala lemur Megaladapis edwardsi. Locals describe that it moves about in a galloping loping. It also cries in a very man-like way.

Tokandia- Madagascar cryptid: a bear sized lemur that is thought to be a relic individual of the "extinct" koala lemur Megaladapis edwardsi. Locals describe that it moves about in a galloping loping. It also cries in a very man-like way.

Gynosphinx- Greek myth: a monster with the body of a lion, wings of a bird, and head of a woman. She would guard pathways and would block the traveler to ask him a riddle. If the traveler got the riddle right he would be on his way and the sphinx would leave. If he got it wrong then the sphinx would eat him. #Gynosphinx

Gynosphinx- Greek myth: a monster with the body of a lion, wings of a bird, and head of a woman. She would guard pathways and would block the traveler to ask him a riddle. If the traveler got the riddle right he would be on his way and the sphinx would leave. If he got it wrong then the sphinx would eat him. #Gynosphinx

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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