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WATER MYTHOLOGY THE BUNYIP Bunyip literally means devil, or spirit. It is a mythological creature from Aboriginal Australia that was said to lurk in swamps, ...


No, this isn't Diego from Ice Age or a Saber Tooth Tiger.

Bunyip - Large water monster with a huge mouth and a crocodile. Find this Pin and more on Mythical creatures ...

Bunyip is a legendary monster of the Australian billabongs. With highly varied descriptions, it

Bunyip (Australian Aboriginal Mythological Beast)

424px-Bunyip 1890. The horrific Bunyip. The Bunyip is a large creature from Aboriginal mythology.

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Bunyip | concept was done for a micro budget film called Bunyip. The Bunyip . Mythological CreaturesMonstersCryptozoologyScience ...

Bunyip - by Angus McBride (Australia) - Zoologist, media consultant, and science writer, Dr Karl Shuker is also one of the best known cryptozoologists in ...

Of course, this creature looks more like a cross between a bear and a hyena

Bunyip of Australia: Monsters of the World. Like most, if not all, mythological creatures ...

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Tiamat - a monstrous five headed dragon. Concept art from Dungeons and Dragons. Find this Pin and more on Mythical Creatures ...

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Yes, that tentacled bird carrying a cow is a Snallygaster, best known for its

Born from unbaptized souls of children, the story told that it resembled the sounds on wild animals to lure his victims in.

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Bunyip - Legendary Mythical Creature from Riverbeds. Picture Of Bunyip

Charybdis: A large monster with a circular maw that usually remains submerged, only letting its mouth reach the surface. When it opens its mouth, ...

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Mokoi- Australian myth: an evil monster that killed sorcerers who used black magic. it also kidnaps children at night to eat them. it is believed to be the ...

There can be just one at a time, or it can be a whole species, depending on how true you want to stay to the original myths. They breath fire. hiram. BUNYIP

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Through the magic of science, we're now able to create cute replicas of

The Australian Bunyip.

Urban Myths and Legendary Creatures (Monsters & Myths): MS Lisa Regan, Chris McNab: 9781433950100: Amazon.com: Books

01 BookCover_v17_4xWay-Split.jpg. The book allows a more detailed examination of each creature ...

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The mythical unicorn.

Fenrir: A giant wolf in Norse mythology, destined to kill Odin at the end of the world, called Ragnarok.

Mythical creatures. We've all heard a story or two about that guy (whose name nobody can remember) that once went to a creepy place, alone, at night, ...

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... the mightiest and deadliest monster, and Echidna, a half-snake, half-woman creature. Ancient Greek and Roman arthave often shown this beast being slain ...

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Traditionally, the chimaera is a fire breathing hybrid monster from Lycia and Asia Minor, with the heads of a lion and a goat, and a snake for a tail.


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The Adlet is taller than Inuit and white men. The origin is not clear. While some legends report that it is descending from dog/human intercourse, ...

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... the Bunyip, sometimes known as the Kianpraty, is a rather large mythological creature that is believed to roam about the vast swamps and other areas of ...

The Drop Bear is the creature that visitors to Australia are most often warned about. A marsupial native to Australia, it is a vicious carnivore that ...

Aboriginal Mythical Creature In The Isolated outback *Bunyip*

The Behemoth, or בְהֵמוֹת in Hebrew, appears in Job 40:15-24. According to the passage, the behemoth is an ox-like creature that feeds on grass, ...

... an animal that the monster is naturally fearful of. The word "Basilisk" comes stems from Greek and means "little king". Mythological Creatures Comp.

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Lich - a type of undead

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Urban Myths and Legendary Creatures (Monsters & Myths): MS Lisa Regan, Chris McNab: 9781433950100: Amazon.com: Books

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Bunyip. The bunyip is a creature of Aboriginal mythology.

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Fenrir: A giant wolf in Norse mythology, destined to kill Odin at the end of the world, called Ragnarok.

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An illustration of a dragon like beast from Australian lore.

Nature has always been a source of fear; in Australia, places like swamps, billabongs, and creeks were places to avoid. With this fear, tales of the Bunyip ...

According to native folklore the creature has a series of unnatural characteristics related to other fantastic beings of Brazilian mythology.

Iku-Turso, a malevolent Sea Monster in Finnish mythology, mentioned in the Finnish national epic Kalevala. He is described mainly through epithets ...

Another mythological creature is the yowie - Australia's equivalent of the bigfoot or yeti. This one seems to keep to the mountains and is huge, ...

Echidna, (Greek: “Snake”) was a half-woman, half-snake creature, also known as the "mother of all monsters", as she gave birth to most of the Greek mythical ...


Let's warm up with an easy one, where does the Loch Ness Monster originate from?