Religion Quiz / Mythological Beasts

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Can you name the Mythological Beasts?

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Beast DescriptionBeast
Half-Lion and Half-Eagle hybrid
Large wolf that slew Odin
Medusa and Poseidon's winged offspring
Guardian to the Underworld
Six headed beast with snarling teeth that ate sailors
Son of Dwarf King Hreidmar; turned into dragon when he got too greedy
Big cat killed by Hercules in one of his Labors
Ugly bird women hybrids who constantly steal food from Phineas
their sight turns beings into stone; hair composed of snakes; only Euryale and Stheno were immortal, the other was slain by Perseus
former Naiad who generates fierce whirlpools that destroy ships that may be on an Odyssey
Mother of All Monsters who has a beatiful face and torso and a serpent end
Beast DescriptionBeast
Eight legged horse rode by Odin
Nine headed water monster with poison breath
Heavenly Japanese human/bird hybrids that are protective and dangerous sometimes war harbinger demons
Man-eating avians
Lioness with a snake tail and an extra goat head
Japanese frog/tortoise-like people who are water sprites that are notorious for eating children and causing mischief
From Ethiopia, a guardian to the city of Thebes, who is part-lion part-human
Vile sea snake that releases a poisonous gaseous venom; is the cause of death for Thor during Ragnarok; becomes so big, it is able to wrap around the Earth
Firebird that can ressurect itself from the dead
Egyptian Devourer of the Dead; Part lion-hippopotamus-crocodile, would eat unworthy hearts and prevent them from enetering the Underworld
Japanese demons with sharp claws/teeth, and large strength, and trollish appearance

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