5 Mythical Sea Monsters Scarier Than Dinosaurs…
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One of our favourite topics is mythical sea creatures and monsters, and the tall tales that surround their believed existence. We have already covered the more well-known ones such as Kraken, Sirens and the Loch Ness Monster. However, our oceans and waterways are home to some lesser-known creatures and mythical beings, that have slithered their way into our imaginations throughout history. In this video, we look at five mythical sea monsters that will keep you out of the Ocean…
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5. Bunyip is a legendary monster in Australian Aboriginal folklore.
4. Out of all the creatures featured in this list, the Yacumama is the most likely to actually exist. Yacumama means "Mother of water" and refers to an enormous serpent believed to live in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.
3. You have probably all heard of the Loch Ness Monster, the huge serpent creature that supposedly lurks in the depths of Loch Ness in Scotland U.K. Well, Canada has its own version of Nessie known as The Ogopogo that lives in the depths of the Okanagan Lake near the city of Kelowna, in British Columbia.
2. In Ancient Greek, ‘Cetus’ is a sea monster who was visualized as an enormous coiling sea serpent, with a gaping jaw, the feet of a land animal attached to a solid scaly body. One of the stories behind the monster is mentioned in the story of Perseus, a Greek hero and slayer of monsters before the days of Heracles.
1. In the waters of Japan, there lurks a creature that is as mysterious as it is terrifying; it’s known as The Kappa.
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