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Aquatic creatures

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water creature

In addition to beings that are considered reasonable (e.g. mermaids), humanity for many centuries, holds legends of water monsters. These terrible monsters inhabit all water bodies, from oceans to small lakes.

These creatures are usually described as giant snakes, lizards and squid.

Lake

The most famous being, perhaps, live in the lake, is Nessie. According to legend, it inhabits the Loch ness in Scotland. The researchers (who are referred to as "cryptozoology") believe that the first of the Loch ness monster is mentioned by Roman legionaries. The legend of the creature (Calpi), living in lakes, is also present in Scottish folklore. However, the worldwide fame it acquired after the publication of the so-called "surgeon's photograph" (Surgeon photo), made by the London physician R. Kenneth Wilson in 1934, which turned out to be a hoax. However, in the Wake of the popularity of the monster was made many other pictures.

The seas and oceans

Monster of the deep sea have long been known to sailors and become part of their legends. Stories about the monsters that inhabited the seas appeared almost before the Maritime and successfully survived until our days.

One of the well-known marine life according to these legends is the Kraken. It's a mythical sea monster looks like a cephalopod mollusc of gigantic proportions. He became known by the descriptions of Icelandic sailors. One of the most famous documented descriptions of this creature was given by captain Robert Jameson and the sailors of his vessel, under oath in court and published in "St. James Chronicle" at the end of the 1770-ies. A description of what they saw in 1774: a huge body of up to 1.5 miles in length and 30 feet in height that it appeared from the water, then sank and finally disappeared "under extraordinary agitation of the waters." After that they found this place so many fish that it filled almost the entire ship.

Second in popularity after the giant squid creatures mentioned in ancient legends, is a giant snake. For Example, Cadborosaurus. This hypothetical marine reptile supposedly lives off the coast of North America. It is very similar to the sea serpent with a long body and a head like a horse.

River

Mythical creatures spotted in the rivers, significantly less than in the oceans, seas and lakes. Famous enough to find their individual name and worldwide fame, not at all. Typically, they are described as giant fish with huge teeth or snakes unnatural sizes.

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The basic version, trying to explain the existence of the above beings, the following:

  • Relict of the cryptids, as yet unknown to science animals (a huge fish, long-necked seal, giant clam, etc.) that were able to survive to the present day, undetected.
  • Known creatures accidentally been taken over by monsters.
  • Inanimate objects are taken for monsters: logs, debris, waves, etc.
  • A deliberate hoax.

In addition to descriptions of eyewitnesses, photos and video evidence, find the bodies of creatures that fit the description above. This is not surprising because it is rare, but these creatures are real and recognized by official science. For example, a giant squid oceanographers found in 2004.

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Avanc

A creature from Welsh mythology. It is a water creature, forward-looking as a huge crocodile or the beaver drags under water livestock.

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Ayia Napsha monster

Water creature from the folklore of Cyprus. This is a huge krokodilopodobnyh being. He has a shell, comb, mouth full of sharp fangs. It is sometimes called "Felico Terrace" ie "friendly monster".

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AMA-Biko

According to Japanese belief, half human-half fish with a bird's beak, which appears in the sea and foretells the future. From a distance at night it looks like strange lights on the water.

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Arabia

In Japanese mythology, similar to the mermaid three-legged creature with a beak, combining human and fish features. He has long hair and a scaly body. Beak and mouth and three legs. It glows a bright light that can be seen from the coast.

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Anki-Kiele

Spirit of the sea from the Chukchi and eskimo mythology. Has a huge hairy head with two eyes and a large toothy maw.

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Bahnik

In the Belarusian mythology, the swamp spirit dwelling in bahna (peat bog). Faith in him is especially prevalent in the Vitebsk province. Betrays its presence bubbles on the surface of the swamp slime, unusual sounds and small lights flying above it.

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Balloting

Creature from the Belarusian mythology. Water is a dangerous man with a puffy face, goose bumps and a huge belly. Very loving, which kidnaps women: the spell brings and takes with him under the water. After playing, returns back, and the woman gets the privilege of never sink.

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Poor Vara

Aquatic creatures from the folklore of the inhabitants of the Isle of man. She looks like a mermaid. Usually helps people: indicates the treasures, helps to swim warns of storms, etc., but if someone very much to love, that can drown, to be forever together.

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Beuy

In ancient Chinese mythology, a monstrous fish-a turtle or a horned fish-dragon with four feet.

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Bildad

In the folklore of the American colonies was an animal the size of a beaver, with long hind legs like a kangaroo, webbed feet and heavy beak like a hawk. It lives in the water. Jumps high and moves pretty quickly.

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The swamp monster

Creature from the folklore of the United States. He obtam to the Honey island (Honey Island) in the marshes. The creature is described as a very tall (2 meters) and a biped, with gray fur, yellow or red eyes, and horrible smelling. The first stories about him appeared in 1963. According to one version, the monster appeared from a sexual relationship with chimpanzees alligator.

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Buwaya

In folklore Tagalog (Philippines) sleeping on the bottom of the ocean krokodilopodobnyh giant demon that collects souls in your backpack chest in the shape of a coffin.

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Bukavac

Being of Serbian mythology in the form of a six-legged monster with antlers. He lives in large bodies of water (lakes, swamps), and in the night, coming out of the water, brings a lot of noise, jumps on people or animals and strangling them.

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Bullesbach

Creature from the folklore of the Netherlands. He lives under the bridge in one of the many canals of Amsterdam. It emits a loud and unpleasant sounds. The creature kidnaps children by taking under water big hook replacing one of his hands. The children who managed to escape from him, told me that he had seen under water "Palace and many beautiful lights."

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Bunyip

Animal from the mythology of the Australian aborigines. Water being or spirit. Cryptid living in swamps, billabongs, streams, rivers, and other water bodies.

VA Osh

The water spirit in the form of polovica of the mythology of the peoples of the Komi Republic. According to the local mythological tradition Verhneketsky peoples in one of the streams of living water, the spirit. It has four legs and a bare human torso. Sometimes he leaves the water and walks along the shore. If you bathe in this Creek, the mouth can get him a seed from which the stomach appears and begins to live his Bud. From time to time he rises to the throat and the person starts to choke.

Vani

Sea monsters from Japanese mythology. They have a long serpentine body, fins and the ability to breathe both in water and on land. In addition they are able to take human form and there is the legend about love of people and Vani.

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Washo

In the mythology of the Haida Indians (Northwest coast of North America) lake, the sea monster with the body of a wolf and the fins of the orcas.

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Ved-Ava

This water spirit several Finno-Ugric peoples traditionally dependent on fishing.

She is usually depicted as a water creature resembling a mermaid with long hair, large Breasts and the lower body of a fish with a tail, and sometimes say that she plays or sings, seducing people with his music. Fishermen sacrificed to her the first catch and observed numerous taboos related to her while fishing.

Seeing ved-Ava promises something bad, most often, death from water. It was considered the spirit of the drowned man and/or a personification of the water itself.

Winnebago

Creature from the canadian mythology that lives in lake Winnipegosis, the second largest in Manitoba.

According to descriptions of eyewitnesses Winnipeg is a brownish snake with a length of about 7 meters and with a single horn on its head.

Legends about him went among the first settlers, but the first collision recorded in 1901 and was described in the newspaper Dauphin Press.

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Gargoles

Water creature from Polish mythology. He is described as a huge dragon with a long neck, elongated snout and glowing eyes.

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GLOT

Water monster from the mythology of the peoples of the Komi Republic. It lived, according to legend, in the deep pool opposite the S. of Glotovo. It was very upsetting to the peasants, constantly stealing from them is given in watering the cattle, and swallowed the animal whole.

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Glocestershire monster

American legends there is mention of a huge monster, similar to the reptile, which was seen in Glocestershire Bay. The length of the snake according to the descriptions ranged from 15.2 to more than 30 meters (50-100 ft) in diameter and the snake was about as "big barrel". She was moving in a serpentine manner, although there were other details, but her body was in the joints and resembled a string with buoys on them as fishing nets.

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Grindylow

Creature from the folklore of the British Isles. This aggressive mermaids-mermen living in flowing waters.

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Guise

Guije or Guije are creatures from Cuban folklore. Cuba is known all over the world for its impressive cave systems. These creatures are also thought to have shared space with primitive humans, competing for resources, until finally being driven out by Homo Sapiens, but are still found today. 

They are described as rather short: three to four feet (0.9-1.2 m) tall. They are black, hairy and gifted with amazing strength. They were also associated with ponds and pools of still water, and their presence was considered a bad omen.

Dagon

West Semitic deity in the form of polucheloveka-polarily.

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Jenny Green Teeth

Creature from English folklore. Jenny can kidnap children if they play near the water, and drag to the bottom. About the approach of this creature usually shows a greenish foam, suddenly appeared on the calm surface of a pond or other body of water. They often scratch up blood legs sharp claws or just afraid of his terrible appearance: long wet hair splayed over her shoulders, large green fangs protruding from his mouth, and very sharp shiny claws.

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Gears

In the myths of the Armenians mermaid, living underwater woman with a fish tail and hair like seaweed and sea mud.

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Jinja-hime

According to Japanese belief, the creation of a serpentine length of about six meters, with horns, fins and a woman's face. the researcher Kato Abian in 1819 met him in the province of Hizen and later published a picture in "Vaga koromo", so everyone can see it and defend against disease, as he said at the meeting.

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Dunya Mara

Sea people from the folklore of the Isle of man.

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DUTP

In Altai mythology, fantastical monsters-dragons that inhabit the waters of the underworld.

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Iron man

In the folklore of Polesie mythical iron giant, living in a swamp or swampy forest and protecting their territory from attacks and intruders.

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Shredder

Medieval water creature, which is a armoured body of a knight combined with the tail of a large fish.

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Iara

Water creature from the mythology of the indigenous population of Brazil. A woman with long hair and a fish tail. She seduces swimmers and fishermen, strangling their elected representatives (sizelove to death).

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The IR-Thurso

The IR Thurso (the IR Tursas, Maritornes, the Tursas, TURISAS) sea monster from Finnish mythology.

His appearance remains unclear, but it is described with several epithets:

  • partalainen (one who lives on the edge, or, alternatively, bearded)
  • Tuonen härkä (the ox of Tuoni, Death)
  • tuhatpää (tysyacheletii )
  • tuhatsarvi (tysyachami)

Sometimes it was said that he lived in Pohjola , but it may be because Pohjola often perceived as the home of all evil.

Ikuti

In Japanese folklore it is a huge sea monster that lives in the open sea off the coast of Japan. Their bodies are covered with slippery oil, which is circulated around when they swim in the ocean. And the body is long of many kilometers.

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Ino

In Korean mythology, the man-fish, a kind of mermaid that lives in the East (Japanese) sea, near the island of Jeju-do. Her head and body human, and his hands turned into fins, there are six or seven long legs and pony tail, long and thin. Face and teleport scales, but the nose, mouth, ears, and hands and fins covered with white human skin without scales, nice colors and wonderful velvety.

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Acetic/Ecotec

In Slavic and Komi Zyryan mythology, the little water spirit. It is the spirit of the murdered, suicides and drowned the child's mother. It's green, covered in leeches and algae, loves to play cards, drink moonshine and mischief, also can tighten under the water of a child or drunken adult.

Ecotec is a child of a water spirit or drowned a small child, so it has its own variety of pranks.

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Yok-yok

Spirits taking the form of young women with fish tails and long, green hair like algae or slime. Can also transform into different animals and birds. Able to send the rains and storms. Can marry people or to send to a woman's pregnancy, if she will be near the home of yok-yok.

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Captcha

In the folklore of the fishermen of the Chilean island of Chiloe humanoid creature, tall in a shiny iron helmet on his head and with a strange flickering light emanating from his chest. When checking in to attack the eye.

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Cadborosaurus

A hypothetical marine reptile supposedly living off the coast of North America. It is also called the Cadborosaurus willsi, or "Caddy".

Eyewitnesses often describe cadborosaurus like a huge snake with long narrow body, with a length of from 5 to 30 meters, with a head like a horse or a camel, long neck. He supposedly has two small front fin, caudal fin, and two larger rear. The alleged animal moves through the curves of your own body and can reach speeds up to 40 km/h.

Camahueto

Creature from the folklore of the inhabitants of Patagonia and the Chilean archipelago. It's incredibly powerful beast resembling a horse or a bull, but with strong claws and fangs. New individual grows out of planted in the ground horns of an adult camahueto. He definitely is born in fresh water, and adults live in the sea. When he moved to him on the river (in a stormy night) heard the heartbreaking sounds. It sinks ships and eats the entire crew.

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Kappa

The Japanese sort of water, a character with human traits, turtles, frogs. On top of the Kappa have an indentation in the shape of an oval saucer, which must be filled with water or he'll die. Draws people into the water and then pulling their intestines through the anus. It is believed that if you catch the Kappa, he will fulfill any desire.

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Kasamba

In the beliefs of the Japanese Prefecture of Wakayama, the Kappa, which each year move in the autumn in the mountains, called Kasamba. They are sailing up the Kumano river to its source, and then go to the mountains. They are tall with a seven year old child and dressed in a blue kimono. To see Kasamba without interference can only dog.

Task

Water creature from the folklore of the Scottish highlanders. She had the body of a beautiful woman and the tail of a young salmon, dark green water and Golden air. If to catch her, she will grant three wishes. Being able to dump their fish shell and prevraschatsya a girl.

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Kelpie

A water spirit of Scottish mythology in the image of the horse, uvelichivshie people in the water. Can turn into a human or a horse, able to stretch the length indefinitely. Before the storm you can hear his howl. Traces of his hooves backwards.

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Kenan

Kenan (Kenmun) (or Cijenama (Kijinuma) in southern areas) is a mysterious creature from Japanese folklore. It is most often observed on the island of Oshima in the Northern Ryukyu archipelago.

Kicka zhonka

In the beliefs of the Russian North water spirit in the shape of a woman with a fish tail, the owner of the river Kitsa (Murmansk oblast). Brought to her victim, the person disappears without a trace.

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Copulae

In the mythology of the Maori Ogre with a dog's head and a human body covered with fish scales. Sensitive to smells.

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Kotsur

Water creature known in Upper Silesia (South-West Poland), which looks like a hybrid of big herons and otters with sharp teeth, feeding on fish and frogs.

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Cuchivero

Water is a fantastic animal from mythology of Chile. It looks like a snake with legs a pig. It infects the water, scare away fish and ruining tackle and coastal buildings. The one who will hear his grunts doomed to a short life. Most often, they wind up in the fenced-in pits dug in the sand, which the Indians used for catching fish.

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Leviathan

In the legends of the Ancient East and in the Bible a giant sea monster of enormous power.

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Lepel the dragon

Creature from the Belarusian folklore. According to legend, lived in Lepel lake. Like other water tsmoki living in Belarusian lakes may communicate with the person and possibly to pass on some knowledge. It looks like a very large seal with big eyes.

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The lobes

Creatures from Slavic mythology (in particular the territory of the Astrakhan and Samara regions, in the regions of Middle Volga).

Lorelei

The German legend of the Lorelei belongs to the so-called "local legends". This is the name of one of the Maidens of the Rhine that beautiful singing lured sailors onto the rocks like the sirens in Greek mythology.

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The Loch Ness monster

Aquatic reptiles inhabiting the Scottish Loch ness.

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Lou

In the mythology of Mongolian peoples is the dragon Lord of water and thunder. The thunder is the roar (gnashing of teeth) Lu, and lightning occurs when he quickly recoil and straightens his tail.

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Ulundanu

In the folklore of the people of Madagascar are some fantastic monsters living in the rivers.

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Labenski worm

According to the legends of 14th and 15th century, the city of Durham (North East England), lived a giant worm.

In Fatfield now there is a hill called the hill of the worm (the Worm hill), it was believed that it was the lair of this creature. The worm was so huge that he covered with his body the hill 3-4 times (some legends say even about 10 rings). He ate not only sheep, but also children and also loved milk.

Malimon

In the mythology of the Belarusian Polesye huge fish living in the underground sea, which is holding the land, affecting floods and drought.

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Manipogo

The monster lives in the lake Manitoba (Canada). The original name of "Manipogo".

It is described as a thin worm-like/serpentine creature seen in the waters of the lake or even "long muddy-brown body with humps that are visible above the water, and sheep's head." With the number of humps in the descriptions differ (often three). The appearance of humps in the descriptions associated with the characteristics of the movements of the animal (it is believed that he moves like a caterpillar arching).

Marbacka

In Sicilian folklore, a water creature living in wells, which is near enough children and draws in water.

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Margus

In Norse mythology, a huge sea creature in the form of ugly women with a fish tail, which can be seen only before a storm. Describe what this monster is huge and terrifying face, a sloping forehead and wide-set eyebrows, a large mouth and wrinkled cheeks.

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Marid

A water elemental from Muslim mythology.

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Maupun

In the beliefs of the Eastern woodland, who died before baptism boy who becomes after the death of the head of the mermaids-makami.

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Mboi TUI

Creature from the mythology of the Guarani (South America), living in the water. It has the form of a huge serpent with the head of a parrot. It is covered with scales and mucus. He makes a scary noise like a scream.

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Melusina

In Celtic and medieval mythology, the spirit of fresh water. She is often depicted as a snake woman or the woman-fish from the waist down, sometimes with two tails.

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Michibiki

The myths of the Algonquin tribes of North America, the water deity, the Lord of all fish. Depicted as a water creature cat breed with a humanoid head whose body is covered with scales. Have a copper tail. Is the custodian of copper deposits.

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Monster of white river

Creature from urban legends USA. Lives in the river white river (near Newport in Arkansas). It looks like a grey fish "with a width of the car length with three cars". First saw her in 1915.

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Morag

In Scottish folklore, the serpent that lives in Loch Morar. Emits eerie moaning.

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Sea

In Chinese and Japanese folklore, General term for many water spirits living in the wilderness and feeding on human corpses. They are like children for about three years, with red or black skin, red eyes, long ears and long beautiful hair.

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Moss

The creature called moss or a moss exists in the legends of Florida. It dwells in swamps. Often it can be detected by the inhuman cries coming from an unknown source.

It runs along the marshy waters, destroying everything in its path. He has bright eyes that Shine amber or reddish tinge. It is bipedal and a bit like a monkey.

People-moss high, similar to Bigfoot, but his fur is growing leaves and grass, which gives it a greenish tint. Usually he's attacking rabbits in pens and livestock of local residents, but can attack and per person.

Naquera

Dragon, who lived in Sussex in England. His house was bottomless, as they say, Nora, called "Nakorovou hole" (Knucker''s Hole). A stream of water erupts from there, but no one saw that the water there flowed. This water creature has small wings, but not flying.

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Nucky

Water spirits in the Finnish folklore called Nucky. These humanoid creatures with horse hooves inhabit all deep waters nazwisko from it's natural origin or artificial (river or well).

They are very dangerous, because for fun dragged the man into the water and drown.

Niwasi

According to Gypsy legends, in deep rivers are Nepali – Gypsy analog of the evil water, wlasciwego people under water. This creature with fire-red hair and a long beard, with green eyes has a reason a horse's hoof.

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Nuckelavee

In the folklore of the Scottish Orkney Islands, sea monster, like a creepy centaur with no skin (body chelovekoraz feet, attached to the back of a horse). He came out of the sea and spreading terror in their path where it passed, was dead bread, fell cattle, and anyone who met him, had died at his hands.

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Nure-Onna

In Japanese mythology the snake woman, living in water, which summons men to its female half, attacked them, eats or drinks blood. Able to take shape of a woman with a baby in her arms to attract the attention of the victim.

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Nyohl

Water horse in the folklore of the Shetland Islands. Usually hurting people: to lure out the riders and takes them on himself in water, and also stops the mill-wheel water mills, etc. Very fast creature.

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Ogopogo

According to Indian legend, a monster living in Okanagan lake (British Columbia, Canada). It became the man who committed a terrible murder. Has brunobruno form, with a head resembling a horse or goat. Ancient cave paintings depicted a creature with a long neck, narrow body and four fins.

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Ozernitsa

Lake subspecies of mermaids in the Belarusian folklore. They looked like a rather beautiful girl with long hair that went to the beach and swung on the branches of birches and willows. Those who met them could tickle to death.

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Oymyakon monster

Relic monster, inhabiting, according to numerous legends, in lake labynkyr in the territory of Oymyakonsky district in the East of Yakutia. It is dark grey in colour with a huge mouth, very aggressive and dangerous creature, able to go ashore.

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Omotic

A water spirit from the mythology of Russia. Loves to settle in the deep and dangerous places of the rivers, lakes, including in pools.

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The Orang Ikan

Water people (mermaids) from the folklore of Indonesia. Their hands and faces similar human HB, and the mouth very wide and similar to the mouth of the carp. In length these creatures reach five feet. Their skin is pink, and the head positioned spikes.The fingers on the hands and feet of the creature are webbed, and all the rest of the body covered with growths, like algae. Unlike classic mermaids, they have normal human legs, not fish tails. Their style of swimming is similar to brass.

Astravets the dragon

Creature from the Belarusian folklore in the form of a dragon with a cow's head, living in the North-West of the Grodno region. It lives in water and drinks the blood of those who drags under the water.

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Peg Pauler

A character from the folklore of Fairbridge (in a broad Northern English city in the County of Durham), a water demon that drags in the river Tees naughty children.

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Piaui Lee

In Scottish mythology, the evil water spirit shaggy.

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Pincoya

In the mythology of the Chilean island of Chiloe, is a mermaid. Her describe her as blue-eyed blond girl with luxurious long hair. The original image of Pinkie has a fully human body, but now she is often depicted with a fish tail instead of legs (obviously under the influence of mass culture). Can predict the outcome of fishing.

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Ponturi

In Maori mythology, demonic creatures with green-white skin and red hair with great force. They live in water and are afraid of light, from what are shown on the shore at night only.

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Rohan

In Scottish folklore creatures that live in water in the form of seals, and only from time to time go on land and turn into people.

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Rore-trold

In the folklore of southern Norway Troll living in the lake. It is able to cause strong winds and destructive hurricanes. He appears in different forms — sometimes like a horse, sometimes like a haystack, sometimes in the form of a huge serpent, and sometimes as a large group of people.

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Mermaid

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Humanoid creatures living in the ponds. They may look like a normal naked person and to have part of the body of the fish or other inhabitants of the pond (in particular, scaly tail).

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Sazae they

Water creature from Japanese folklore. It looks like a monstrous snail, taking the form of a beautiful woman to seduce and trap sailors. Sometimes she appears on moonlit nights, dancing on the surface of the water.

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Svitezyanka

The lake spirits in Slavic mythology. A kind of Slavic mermaids. They look like beautiful girls. Love to be naughty and to lure young men to their death.

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Sveksna

In the mythology of the Indians of North America, the spirits descended to earth and settled on the bottom of a deep lake. They have bulging eyes, they are constantly his tongue. They were believed to cause earthquakes.

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Sianfu

Water creature from ancient Chinese mythology, fish with the body of a pig and the head of a carp.

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Siokou

Water creature from Philippine folklore. It is described as covered with fish scales humanoid brown, green, or blue color, with fins and webbed between the fingers, as well as with the head of a fish, large fish eyes and sharp triangular teeth. He sinks the boat and kills sailors swim in its territory. He is able to take a fully human form and come ashore to seduce the human girls and to engage them in a love relationship. At the same time to stay out of the water it can no longer than an hour if time does not go back to sea, dying of dehydration.

Old Ned

Kanaski in the province of new Brunswick in the County of Charlotte (near the border with the American state of Maine) lake Utopia (length is 3 km and an average depth of 11 meters) lives a monster, which is called Old ned. Saw him here before the arrival of Europeans. Malesici local Indians told stories about a creature the size of a whale that lives in the lake and likes to stalk people floating in canoes. 1800 years of being seen by the settlers. Still the message about seeing a strange large animal in the lake doing about every 3-5 years.

Starsense monster

Starsense monster (the Swede. Storsjöodjuret) — lake monster, supposedly living in the Swedish lake Storsjön, in the province of Jämtland.

Starsense monster described as a serpent or marine reptile with fins on the back and a dog's head. At length the monster of about six meters, and some sources say that it has multiple humps.

Legends about him is known since 1635.

The first time the beast is mentioned in the tale, written by the local priest Morgenson Pedersen in 1635.

Storeadult

In the mythology of Sweden by a water monster living in the Swedish lake Storsjön. described as a snake or marine reptile with a smooth shiny skin gray, with a dog or a cat, with the pelvic fins along the body or with webbed feet, and having, according to some versions, a few prominent dorsal fins. Some witnesses compared its shape to an inverted boat. Body length kolebletsya from 1 to 14 meters, and it moves in water by undulating, curving in the vertical plane.

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ZUIKO

In Japanese and Chinese mythology aquatic creature drinking human blood. The size of a small child and the whole covered with stiff, like a lizard, with scales. On his knees — a sharp, hooked outgrowths, similar to the tiger claws.

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Scylla

Water creature from Greek mythology that live in the Strait that flows between Italy and Sicily. She's got a female head and chest, like a siren, but the belly like a wolf and a Dolphin tail. She is armed with sea dogs and destroys the ships.

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Tanita

A creature from legends of the Maori tribe (indigenous people of New Zealand). In water this monster lives in the form of a huge white shark, whale or octopus, but going ashore is like a giant lizard. The creature can fly and dig tunnels. The creature can enter into a sexual relationship with a man, can shamte it, and can protect.

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Track

In Russian, there are variants of "Trask" and "Heart" (from the French name La Tarasque feminine). In some sources it is found under the names "Leviathan son" or "Son of Leviathan" (the Bible describes Satan, in addition, also in the image of Leviathan as a huge sea creature or a flying dragon), since religious art and legend dragons are always in favor of Satan or demons in General. What this creature is sometimes called the "Demon Track".

Bottles Usti

The water bull from the folklore of the Isle of man. Can join posuwu touch with the common cows that become pregnant but die in childbirth or give birth to a strange creature. From the usual bulls he otlichetsya only the shape of the ears and a wild gleam in his eyes.

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Tumhen-and-Durr

A creature from Welsh folklore that looks like a huge toad with bat's wings and serpent's tail. It tore network, devoured fallen in the river and sheep frequently uttered a terrible scream.

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Triton

A sea creature from Greek mythology. It had a human torso above the waist and tail of a sea creature below (fish, dolphins or shellfish).

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Trollwall

"Keith is a Troll" or "devil whale" - a giant sea monster, the legend of which was initially spread among the fishermen and sailors of the Norwegian sea (primarily in Islandia in the Faroe Islands). In the literature of other European countries trollwall began to appear starting from the XVI century; it is believed that the prototype trallala was an ordinary sperm whales and other whales.

UMI zato

In Japanese folklore, a huge water creature that looks like Jato (that is, a blind artist) that walks on the surface of the water and a long cane groping his way among the waves. Usually it is considered harmless and does not infect people, but sometimes sinks the boat and scares the fishermen.

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Ondine

In medieval beliefs, the spirit of water, a beautiful woman (sometimes with a fish tail instead of legs), luring travellers into the water. There they indulged them with love and they lost track of time.

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Wuxi-they

In Japanese mythology, a kind of water demon-Chimera with bull's head and spider legs. Exhale the venom and love human flesh. Sometimes working in tandem with other creatures, luring the victim.

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Fedal

Water spirits of the highlands of Scotland. She lived in the lake Fedal (Goof-on-Figel) in Garage, and it was believed that she seduces the men and drags them under water.

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Finfolk

In the folklore of Orkney and Shetland race of people-amphibians that kidnaps people. They are equipped with fins which disguise under human clothes. They are incredibly quickly moving by sea in their boats, which has never seen the sails. They can turn into a seal or fish, they know where to look for lost people things.

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Fo-and

In the folklore of the British Isles the total number of spirits, often evil and dangerous, is closely associated with water. They have been described as biznesah anthropomorphic creatures with a horse's mane, webbed between the fingers, or with a spiked tail. Can turn into stallions and come in that guise on the land, looking for victims, sometimes take human form and choose their wives among the people. The offspring from such a marriage usually has some flaw, webbed fingers, tails or exaggerated certain parts of the body or face, and is afraid of sunlight and cold steel.

Charybdis

In the Greek myth a monster living in the vortex (near the cave of Scylla), and absorbing all the passing.

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Hafgufa

Hafgufa or Hafgufu (original Old Icelandic version of the name " Hafgufa") this is a giant sea monster from Icelandic mythology, the mother of all sea monsters.

It was believed that it existed in the Greenland Sea and masqueraded as an island or a pair of rocks rising from the sea. There were very few surviving eyewitnesses of this creature, but there were those who said that the creature looks like a boar and a walrus, but with a blue blue tail, and on its body there are blue, red and orange stripes.

Thin coat

Water creature from the Bottom of Scotland. Lives in running water, streams and rivers, often appears in a raincoat, hung with shells, which rattle with every movement. Night in such places one can hear the plaintive cries. He teases. The creature loves to deceive and amaze people, not causing them real damage, and then to laugh uproariously over private jokes.

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The worm is a monster from Linton

The story of this Scottish Riptide dates back to 1100 years. In ancient legend tells about a terrible huge worm-eater, who used to scare people in the village of Linton, County Roxburghshire that in the southern highlands of Scotland.

According to legend, the worm of Linton was rather large and reached 3-4 meters in length.

In legends it was said that the worm had two homes or two lairs:

Cheri Almighty NIV

According to the mythology of the Komi-Zyryans, water woman with a fish tail and long hair. Clear nights when the moon is full it rises from it, sits at the shore, leaving the tail in the water, combs her hair and softly hums a beautiful voice.

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Cinefile

Horned snake, living in swamps, rivers and along the shores of lakes all Araucano, a region in Central Chile. The tail of this snake brings good luck in business.

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Monster of Heaven lake

The alleged inhabitant of the Heavenly lake, which is located in the crater of the volcano baekdu on the border of the provinces of Jilin (China) and Yangando of Korea (DPRK).

The first eyewitness appeared in 1903. Their words big, like a Buffalo the creature attacked three people, but after getting 6 firing wounds, ran into the water.

Later witnesses say that the head of the beast like a human and is located on the neck length of 1.5 m. the skin of the monster, according to them, smooth grey, and at the base of the neck is a white ring

Selkies

In the beliefs of the Islands to the North of Scotland, marine, people-seals. Usually look like seals, but can become human during the strongest tides. Usually the relationship between humans and selkies erotic.

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Shishiga

Water (or sometimes barn) is a malicious spirit from the mythology of the peoples of the Komi Republic. It was thought that sometimes she was out of the water, and saw her sitting on the steep Bank of the Kama river, over a pool, combing her long black hair. Who saw it would soon drown or die for any other reason. She was scared and afraid still children, cautioning against a dip in the whirlpools.

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Sjoa

According to the tradition of the peoples of Komi, near the mountains Telposiz (Mountain-Nest of winds) there are eight stone human figures. Once they were people, but climbing the mountain was transformed in this Doha stones for the noise they make.

In the Ural mountains is a lake of sjoa, where he lives Shua or his spirit. Caught from this lake the fish were forbidden to eat on its shore. Violate the ban, the fish in it was never caught.

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Sulimani

In Russian folklore creatures emerging from the hole. These little men, flocks of appearing on Boxing day, harming people and disappearing with the end of this period. They are probably restless spirits. They have a pointed cone shaped head, which they hollow in the ice hole to get to the ground and the hoof. They mouth the blazing fire.

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Oh-oskie

Mythological horses from Celtic mythology, living in the sea and able to move on the water surface. Each-uisge, literally "water horse".

They live in the Scottish Highland. These creatures are called folkloristas Katherine Briggs "perhaps the most dangerous and vicious of all water-horses."

Unlike the Kelpie, which inhabit flowing water bodies, Oh-oskie lives in the sea or a lake. Oh-oskie may take the form of a beautiful horse, pony, handsome man or enormous bird.

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