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Mythical Monsters in Classical Literature (Paperback)

Mythical Monsters in Classical Literature

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Hydra: large sea serpent/dragon with more than one head. Art by Dan Scott.

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My Top 60 Fantasy Artists (Part 3 of 4)

My Top 60 Fantasy Artists (Part 3 of 4) | A Simple Lotus

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(White) Alabaster Plumed Dragon

Dragon (3 heads - Past, Present, Future)

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The Mythology Handbook: A Course in Ancient Greek Myths (Hardcover)

The Mythology Handbook: A Course in Ancient Greek Myths

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Balaur (Romanian) - A feral hydra breed that is probably the result of a hydra mating with a dragon. They are much more powerful than normal hydra's. When you cut off a head of this creature two more powerful heads grow back instead, but they are extremely fragile to fire attacks.

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Sea Serpent

This sea monster has a head like an oranckl and a body like a gibdju. The best part of this picture, though, is that it demonstrates the size of these monsters.

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