Hybrid Creatures

This hybrid creatures list is dedicated to all of the hybrid monsters that we just could not dig up enough information or artwork on to dedicate an entire page to at this time.

Mythical hybrids are the most interesting and strangest creatures found in mythology and fantasy worlds, that is why we just love researching any of the ones that we read or hear about.

Even though we haven’t been able to find too many details yet, we still feel some of these creatures are fascinating enough to include in our list of mythical hybrids.

We always hope that through additional research we can find even more information and artwork on these captivating monsters. We will keep updating individual mythical creatures as we come across any additional information. We hope that one day; we will find enough interesting details and artwork to dedicate an entire page to some of these intriguing creatures.

Mythical Hybrids List

Adaro - The Adaro are mean half-man and half fish spirits. They had the overall shape of a human male with gills behind their ears and a shark-like dorsal fin on their backs. They also had fins for feet and a spear growing out of their head.

They would live in the Sun and travel back and forth to earth on rainbows. These hybrid creatures were known to kill humans by shooting poisonous flying fish into their necks.

Source: Ancient Mythology

Habitat: Solomon Islands

Alkonost - The Alkonost is described as having the body of a bird with the head of a beautiful woman. It can make sounds that are so beautiful that whom ever hears them is mesmerized.

Source: Russian Folklore

Merlion - This mythical hybrid has the head of a lion and the body of a large fish. This creature is used as the mascot of Singapore.

Source: Asian Mythology

Habitat: Singapore

Serpopard - The Serpopard had the head of a falcon, a snake-like neck, the body of a leopard and some wings. Some depictions of this strange creature have it resembling more like a long-necked lioness.

Source: Egyptian Mythology

Habitat: Egypt 

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