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Jack Goldstein

101 Amazing Mythical Beasts

Did you know that a Hippogriff is supposedly the offspring of a horse and a griffin? Or that a Greek Sphinx generally has a male face, whereas an Egyptian one has a female visage? Where does the Skunk Ape roam, and how can you spot a Kitsune in human form? Is Slenderman the most frightening mythical creature, or is that honour bestowed on the fearsome Gashadokuro? This fantastic book contains details of over one hundred mythical beasts and legendary creatures, organised into categories for easy reference. Whether you are interested in the beasts of anywhere from Ancient Greece to modern-day Africa, this is the book for you!
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  • jkhusainovahas quoted6 years ago
    Faun: Half human and half goat, the Faun of classical mythology is often related to the wood-god Pan. Sometimes considered friendly (helping lost humans in need) but other times evil (causing intense fear in travellers in remote woodland locations), the creatures are often depicted in art playing the flute.

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