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BY: 6.a

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It´s part woman and a part duck.

It´s got a woman’s head, chest and legs and a duck’s.

It can build houses, bridges and dolmens.

It can brush her hair and often they ask for help under threat to humans for some jobs, such as


It lives in caves, backwaters of rivers, springs and ponds in on the banks of rivers or lakes


They eat bread, bacon and cider.

They comb their hair with a comb of gold.



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GRIFFIN by Sergio

It‘s part lion and part eagle . It‘s got a lion’s body, tail and hind legs. It‘s got an eagle’s head and legs.

It can fly, run and it can also catch oxen with his claws. It‘s comes from Mongolia.

It‘s real name is vultur gryphus.



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The werewolf is a mythical creature of the U.S.A.

The werewolf is part human and part of wolf he\she has got very long teeth, he\she likes eating persons and animals.

It can run very fast, it’s very strong and cunning.

It becomes a werewolf voluntarily or when the moon is full.

By: Ander A.

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In Norse mythology, Thor (from Old Norse Þórr)

is a hammer-wielding god associated with thunder,

lightning, storms, oak trees,strength, the

protection of mankind, and also hallowing, healing

and fertility.

Thor is a prominently mentioned god throughout

the recorded history of theGermanic peoples,

from the Roman occupation of regions of

Germania, to the tribal expansions of the

Migration Period, to his high popularity during the

Viking Age.

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By: Yerai Camacho


The Kraken is a legendary sea monster of giant size that is said to

dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland.

A number of authors say that the legend originated from sightings of

giant squids that may grow to 12-15 meters (40-50 feet) in length,

despite the fact that the creature in the original tales was not described

as having tentacles and more closely resembled a whale or crab.

By: Saioa


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A zombie is part dead human and alive human. It’s similar

to a human. It’s from Brazil. When it bites, the victim

dies and then resurrects and it becomes a zombie, too.

By: Ander C.

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The Minotaur comes from Greece.

-It´s part human and part bull.

-It´s got a bull’s head and torso and a

human’s legs.

-Sometimes it has got an ax.

- It´s famous because he comes from

the minotaur’s maze.

By: Iker

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Basajaun is a human being with lot of hair.

It´s very hairy and his arms and feet are very big.

It is a huge hairy creature forest dweller that protects herds

of cattle, he teaches farmers to cultivate and shape the metal.

It lives in Basque forests.

Basajaun means "wild sir" and "lord of the jungle". When a

storm is coming he gives a shout to warn shepherds withdraw

their livestock. It also prevents when the wolf approaches.



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Tartalo is part shepherd and part man.

It´s got a man’s head and body and a shepherd’s suit.

It can run and jump like a man and walk like a shepherd.

He kidnaps men from villages and later he eats them. He is

known in Basque mythology, because he is a malignant genius.

Cyclopes, like Tartalo are well-known in many different

mythologies of the word; for instance, in the old Greek


Bideo By: Iñigo Larrea

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An elf is similar to a human.

It´s got a human´s head and body and pointed ears.

It can run fast and moves like a human.

It comes from Germanic mythology and folklore.

The elf is a beautiful mythical creature.

He/she lives in magical forests and respects the nature.

By: Jon.L

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A Basilisk is part dragon and part cock. It’s has got a dragon’s body and a cock’s tail. It’s venomous.

It`s very long and strong like dragons. It comes from Greek mythology.


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Medusa was a monster, one of the Gorgon sisters. She had the

face of an ugly woman with snakes instead of hair; anyone who

looked into her eyes was immediately turned to stone. Her

sisters were Sthenno and Euryale, but Medusa was the only

mortal of the three.

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My mythical creature is Cerberus, Cerberus was usually three-headed, but not always.When it had three heads, those were of a lion, a goat, and a snake. In art Cerberus is most commonly depicted with two dog heads. Cerberus not only had three heads he had three bodies. It comes from Greek mythology and it guarded the entrance of the Underworld.

by: Mikel M.

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The hydra is a serpentine water monster.

It has lots of heads (7-8-9 normally) and poisonous

breath and blood, that is deadly.

It can kill because of the poison and strength. It can

grow its heads if they cut them, too.

It can defend itself and it was very hard to kill it,

because it was really strong.

Echidna and Typhon were they parents.

The hydra is a famous myth in Greece and Romania.

by: Jon P.

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.The vampires are from Romania and Greece.

.There are part person and part bat.

.They can fly and bite their prey..

. They have long teeth and a bat’s wings .

Vampires are monsters in legends and stories. The first

vampire stories were told in Eastern Europe, but much of

how modern people see vampires was created by Bram

Stoker in the famous novel, Dracula. Few people believe

that vampires are real, but they are still very popular in

movies, television, and books.

By Diego

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The Manticore is a mythical creature. It’s

part scorpion and part lion, it’s got a lion’s

body and head and a scorpion’s tail. The

Manticore has got thorns; it throws them

and poisons its enemies.

The manticore has its origin in Persian

mythology. It´s name means devouring

prey. Manticore entered in the Greek

mythology through Ctesias.


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Phoenix is a Greek mythical creature corresponding egyptian bennu.

With eagle size, red, orange and yellow glow plumage, beak and strong


This mythical creature is consumed by action of the fire every 500 years,

and then rises from the ashes.

He lived in the region that included the area of the Middle East and India,

reaching Egypt in North Africa.

When Adam and Eve were expelled, banished angel a spark that ignited the

Phoenix Nest emerged, making them burn it and the phoenix. As the only

creature who had refused to taste the fruit of paradise, they were granted

various gifts, such as the power of fire and light.

When it was time to die, makes a nest of spices and herbs, she puts a single

egg, which hatched for three days, and the third day burned. The Phoenix is

burned completely and at reduced to ashes, it resurfaced egg phoenix.

In Harry Potter saga, Dumbledore the principal of magical school

Hogwarts Hogwarts has got a phoenix.

By: Asier Sola

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It´s a Chimera.

The chimera is a mythical creature.

It´s part lion part goat and part snake.

It´s got three heads; one snake´s head, one lion´s head and

the last one is a goat's head.The snake’s head is located

where it is supposed to be the tail. It can run fast and spit

fire from its mouths.

It’s from Greece. here you can see a video

to learn more of this mythological creature.


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The Troll is part of Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore. It is very big . In Old Norse sources, beings described as trolls dwell in isolated rocks, mountains, or caves, they live together in small family units, and are rarely helpful to human beings. Later, in folklore, trolls became beings in their own right, where they live far from human habitation, and are considered dangerous to human beings.

By Ieltxu