Sea serpent

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Sea serpent
Sea serpent.jpg
A sea serpent from Olaus Magnus's book
History of the Northern Peoples (1555).
GroupingLegendary creature
Sub groupingSea monster
Other name(s)Sea dragon

A sea serpent or sea dragon is a type of dragon sea monster described in a number of mythologies.[1] The most well-known myths are Mesopotamian (Tiamat), Judeo-Christian (Leviathan), Greek (Cetus, Echidna, Hydra, Scylla), and Norse or Scandinavian (Jörmungandr, Kraken).

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  1. "Sea serpent | mythology". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved March 31, 2020.