1 (in Greek mythology) a fire-breathing female monster with a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's tail.

3 Biology
An organism containing a mixture of genetically different tissues, formed by processes such as fusion of early embryos, grafting, or mutation.

4 A cartilaginous marine fish with a long tail, an erect spine before the first dorsal fin, and typically a forward projection from the snout.

1 (in Greek mythology) a fire-breathing female monster with a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's tail.

3 Biology
An organism containing a mixture of genetically different tissues, formed by processes such as fusion of early embryos, grafting, or mutation.

4 A cartilaginous marine fish with a long tail, an erect spine before the first dorsal fin, and typically a forward projection from the snout.

The mythological creatures of the Greek civilization are world renowned and legendary. The strong mythology and power these creatures represented have echoed down through generations to build a history so strong and fearsome the Greek creatures are truly world famous.

With such a colourful and diverse mythology, the Greek creatures range from the fearsome to the fantastical, and all share a rich and deep history that has had us captivated for years, with their unique appearances, special abilities and powers.

From the powerful and fearsome Chimera, a fire breathing harbinger of death, to the mythical Greek Phoenix that represented rebirth and new life, Greek mythology never lets us down. We are going to look at some of the most popular and renowned Greek mythological creatures right here at Legends and Chronicles, including the fearsome Minotaur, the multi headed hydra and many more.

Chimera Mythology - The Hybrid Monster - Gods And Monsters


Chimaera - Greek Mythology

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