According to the Scandinavian mythology, the Kraken is a giant sea creature (said to be 1 mile long) that attacks ships and is so huge that its body could be mistaken for an island. It is first mentioned in the Örvar-Oddr, a 13th century Icelandic saga involving two sea monsters, the Hafgufa (sea mist) and the Lyngbakr (heather-back). The Hafgufa is supposed to be a reference to the Kraken. The existence of the Kraken was even acknowledged in scientific texts, including the first edition of…

According to the Scandinavian mythology, the Kraken is a giant sea creature (said to be 1 mile long) that attacks ships and is so huge that its body could be mistaken for an island. It is first mentioned in the Örvar-Oddr, a 13th century Icelandic saga involving two sea monsters, the Hafgufa (sea mist) and the Lyngbakr (heather-back). The Hafgufa is supposed to be a reference to the Kraken. The existence of the Kraken was even acknowledged in scientific texts, including the first edition of…

In viking mythology, the dwarfs were actually believed to be as tall as humans. They didn't gain their present short appearance until the medieval era.

In viking mythology, the dwarfs were actually believed to be as tall as humans. They didn't gain their present short appearance until the medieval era.

Now its Wifi with no lag, a politician's sincerity, a printer that prints, healthy deep fried food, and an interesting grammar lecture

Now its Wifi with no lag, a politician's sincerity, a printer that prints, healthy deep fried food, and an interesting grammar lecture

This Map Shows All The Mythical Monsters That Haunt The US  Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/a-map-of-the-monsters-that-haunt-the-us-2015-1#ixzz3PzXixeJd

This Map Shows All The Mythical Monsters That Haunt The US Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/a-map-of-the-monsters-that-haunt-the-us-2015-1#ixzz3PzXixeJd

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