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  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 mythical sea monsters.

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  • So no for this list, we're looking on Lee at sea creatures from ancient myths and folklore, excluding fictional monsters from modern works like Moby Dick and the Catholic mythos, as well as freshwater creatures like the Loch Ness Monster.

  • Do you believe any of these creatures really exist?

  • Let us know in the comments e number 10 Back in Iowa, this sea serpent from Philippine mythology is so large it can swallow the moon depicted as long and sinuous with a looped tail.

  • And Horned knows this gigantic monster causes storms, earthquakes and eclipses.

  • It roams not only the oceans but also the sky and underworld.

  • Fortunately, it's afraid of loud noises.

  • Banging on pots and pans will prompt it to spit the moon back out.

  • You might ask, why eat a moon anyway?

  • Depends who you ask.

  • But in one tail it was for revenge.

  • After humans killed its sister, a sea turtle in another, it was because a tribal leader stood between back Onawa and its one true love Ah, human girl.

  • Hey, even monsters feel love Number nine The Aspe Doc alone.

  • Medieval books called Beastie Aires were used to research and catalog different beasts.

  • And monsters in this massive sea monster was frequently featured in such books.

  • Theus Paddock alone has been described in many forms as a giant turtle.

  • Ah, large sea creature with spines and ridges on its back, or as a massive whale, very similar to the devil whale myth that inspired Moby Dick.

  • No matter what form this monster takes, its large enough to easily be mistaken for an island by unsuspecting sailors.

  • Once the sailors Doc, the Aspe Doc alone swiftly pulls the whole ship and everyone on board underwater, drowning them all.

  • So if you're ever out sailing and find an island, check of it has eyes and scales.

  • First, I spy with my little eye something beginning with Booth that begins with the your clutch this m from going stuff.

  • Number eight sirens.

  • In ancient Greek mythology, sirens were originally described as half woman, half bird.

  • As the legends changed, they became women with fish tails instead of legs.

  • But he's my friend.

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  • Though these creatures eventually evolved into what we now call mermaids.

  • Sirens are nowhere near a kind as Ariel mythological sirens use their alluring singing voices to manipulate sailors passing by into jumping into the water or wrecking their ships entirely by sailing directly into the rocky coast of the Sirens Island.

  • By get him back.

  • Wow, ODUs ius encountered sirens and had his crew tie him to the mast of the ship and plug their ears with bees wax in order to resist the creatures, fatally tempting song number seven Seed us in Greek mythology a seat.

  • This is a somewhat ambiguous monster that refers to any large sea creature or monster, though typically depicted in art as a giant serpentine fish.

  • In one myth, Poseidon sent seat is to kill the beautiful Princess Andromeda, but the hero Perseus slew the monster before Andromeda was harmed.

  • In another myth, Heracles or Hercules fought a creature called the CDs that was again sent by Poseidon, this time to attack the city of Troy.

  • Those cities is mythical.

  • You can actually see the creature, just not underwater.

  • A constellation named after the monster sits near other water related constellations like Aquarius and Pisces, and is sometimes referred to in English as the whale number six The Amoeba Zoo.

  • No, the name of this see spirit from Japanese folklore translates to see priest in English, and there have been stories of sightings of this creature throughout the seas of Japan.

  • When the yummy bozo appears once calm, seas quickly become rough and choppy.

  • If the ship isn't wrecked immediately after the spirits appearance, the mummy bozo will demand a barrel and subsequently drown all the sailors to escape.

  • You can give the spirit a bottomless barrel and sneak away while it tries to figure out how to use it.

  • Some also say that tobacco smoke, the yummy bozo's weakness can deter the spirit.

  • Most stories of the amoebas who have been dismissed a strange shadows and stormy seas.

  • But sightings of the spirit have been reported as recently as 1971 and the legend still lives on today, say monster number five, Scylla and Charybdis.

  • These two aquatic beast's count is one entry because of their linkage together in Greek mythology has described in Homer's Odyssey.

  • Scylla has six heads and 12 ft and DIV hours.

  • Anything that comes too close to her dangerously close by lurks Caribbean US under her rock, swallowing and spitting out huge amounts of water to create dangerous whirlpools that could suck down an entire ship inhabiting two opposite sides of a very narrow straight.

  • It's almost impossible for sailors to safely pass one without getting too close to the other.

  • The idiom between Scylla and Charybdis refers to choosing the lesser of two evils, as those who encountered the beasts would have to dio number four Tiamat.

  • In ancient Babylonian mythology, Thomas is the goddess of the salt sea and a symbol of primordial chaos.

  • She's often depicted as a sea serpent, or dragon, and is credited with creating and releasing all the monsters in Mesopotamian mythology.

  • Toe avenge the murder of her husband, the freshwater God ops.

  • Ooh, She was then killed by the younger Storm God and mythological hero Marduk, who divided her body to create the earth and sky in the Babylonian creation myth.

  • The legend of Thomas is one of the earliest examples of a mythical battle between a hero and a supernatural aquatic monster.

  • And according to some interpretations, Tillman's death reflects a shift from a matriarchal society toe, a patriarchal one in ancient Babylon number three German Gonda.

  • This North Sea serpent, also known as the mid Guard serpent, is the child of Loki and the arch enemy of Thor.

  • Taken from its parents by Oden and thrown into the ocean, German Gonder grew so massive it encircled the earth and grasped its own tail in its mouth.

  • Creature is featured prominently in North art, especially in its fierce battles with Thor.

  • Now step out into the world you have down North.

  • Legend also foretells that when the German Gonder releases its tail, Ragnarok will begin resulting in the deaths of many gods and the submersion of the world underwater.

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  • The serpent occasionally appears in modern pop culture, including the 2017 Duck Tales Reboot and the 2018 video game God of War number two, the Leviathan.

  • Okay, this is an illustration of the leviathan, the creature guarding the entrance to Atlanta.

  • This monstrous sea serpent is straight up, biblical, literally originating in Jewish mythology.

  • Though likely inspired by similar mythical creatures like Tiamat, the leviathan is often described as a large aquatic dragon or serpent like creature that wields the waters of chaos with overwhelming power mentioned in the Christian Bible and the Jewish to knock in the book of job, psalms and others, The leviathan often serves as a metaphor for a devastatingly powerful enemy.

  • Likely Babylon.

  • In the era it was written, Oh, Jesus.

  • More recently, some scholars have rationalized the monster as a sensationalized description of a large aquatic animal like a crocodile.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are some honorable mentions.

  • Cecilia Creatures related tumor folk that air half human and half octopus or squid E kieran Kronor.

  • Karin Ah, huge Scottish sea monster that can disguise itself as a small silverfish.

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  • Number one.

  • The Cracking Release The crackin.

  • Yeah, this infamous massive cephalopod monster originates from Norse mythology, where it was rumored to lurk in the waters of Norway and Greenland.

  • The cracking is set to be a gigantic octopus with spikes on its suckers that is easily capable of capsizing a ship, the legend of the crack and quickly spread among sailors worldwide, likely aided by frightening sightings of riel giant squids that Leadsom truth to the tall tale that's fine these days.

  • The legend lives on through depictions of the cracking in movies like Clash of the Titans and Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Man's Chest, as well as many other pop culture iterations of this gigantic aquatic beast.

  • Even today, many sailors look out for the fascinating cracking as they travel.

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Top 10 Most Legendary Sea Monsters

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/29
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