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Guarani Mythology: Myths, Legends, And Monsters From Paraguay Part 1

teyu-yagua, a giant lizard with the head of a dog, Paraguay legend

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10 Legendary Monsters of Europe

he Loup Garou is the French form of a werewolf. This creature can change from a human into a wolf at will, unlike a werewolf, who is at the mercy of the moon's phases. The Loup Garou also keeps his human wits while in the guise of a wolf, which makes it no less dangerous. This legend traveled to Louisiana where it became known as the Rougarou.

Nuribotoke / 塗仏 (an animated corpse with blackened flesh and dangling eyeballs) from the Hyakkai-Zukan, ca. 1737 by Sawaki Suushi. They are portrayed as similar in appearance to the Buddha but with largely bloated stomachs and occasionally having a catfish's tail. #japan #myth #youkai #world #gods


mitos del Paraguay

Teyu Yagua is a giant lizard with the head of a dog and eyes that shoot fire. Some versions describe him with seven heads, others only one. Despite his menacing appearance, he is basically benign. He cannot move around very well, perhaps because of his large size. Teyu Yagua feeds on fruits and was given his favorite food honey by his brother Yasy Yatere. He is said to have skin covered with gold and precious stones after rolling around in the treasure of Itayu.

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According to legend, the Cherufe is a beast made of fire and rock that lives in the volcanoes of Chile. Twelve feet tall and shaped like a vaguely reptilian human, the Cherufe of myth is believed to be an actual creature—one that has evolved to withstand the normally lethal temperatures of a volcano, much like the tubeworms that cluster around volcanic vents on the sea floor, baski

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Iku-Turso - A malevolent sea monster in Finnish mythology, mentioned in the Finnish national epic Kalevala

<3 Merrows are practically regular mermaids in the Irish folklore, despite the fact that they are more of a race of sea-beings. they are often described as having green, or white skin, and sea-colored hair. They have webbed fingers, and the same type of tail as a mermaid.