list of legendary creatures and monsters by type

The Green-eyed Monster causes much woe, but the absence of this ugly serpent argues the presence of a corpse whose name is Eros.
Minna Antrim
This is a list of legendary creatures from mythology, folklore and fairy tales, sorted by their classification or affiliation. Creatures from modern fantasy fiction and role-playing games are not included.
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Antelopes and deer
Ceryneian Hind (Greek) – Artemis‘ large, sacred golden hind
Deer Woman (Native American) – female human above the waist, deer below
Gilled Antelope (Cambodian cryptid) – water breathing deer
Goldhorn (Slavic) – white golden-horned antelope
Keresh (Jewish) – giant deer of the forest of Bei Ilai
Qilin (Chinese) – East Asian chimerical good luck symbol
Jackalope (North American) – jackrabbit with antelope horns
White stag (worldwide) – magic white deer
Peryton (Argentina) – Stag with bird parts
See also: Category:Mythological deer.
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Aquatic and marine mammals

Bake-kujira (Japanese) – ghost whale
Ceffyl Dŵr (Welsh) – water horse
Encantado (Brazil) – shapeshifting trickster dolphins
Kelpie (Scottish) – water horse
Kushtaka (Tlingit)  – shapeshifting “land otter man”
Selkie (Scottish) shapeshifting seal people
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Arthropods

Anansi (West African) – trickster spider
Arachne (Greek) – weaver cursed into a spider
Khepri (Ancient Egyptian) – beetle who pushes the sun
Tsuchigumo (Japanese) – shapeshifting giant spider
Myrmecoleon (Christian) – ant-lion
Myrmidons (Greek) – warriors created from ants by Zeus
Jorōgumo (Japanese) – ghost woman who shapeshifts into a spider
Karkinos (Greek) – Cancer the crab
Mothman (American cryptid) – man with moth wings and features
Pabilsag (Babylonian) – Sagittarius-like creature with scorpion tail
Scorpion man (Babylonian) – protector of travellers
Selket (Ancient Egyptian) – scorpion death/healing goddess
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Bats

Balayang (Australian)-
Chupacabra (Latin American)- Alleged creature reputed to attack and drink the blood of livestock, occasionally described with bat-like features.
Camazotz (Mayan bat-god)
Leutogi (Polynesian)
Minyades (Greek)- Three sisters who refused to take part in the worship of Dionysus, and turned into bats by Hermes.
Nyctimene (Roman)- Transformed into a bat by Minerva.
Tjinimin (Australian)
Vetala (Hindu)- Vampiric entity that takes over cadavers.
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Bears

Bugbear (Celtic) – child-eating hobgoblin
Callisto – A nymph who was turned into a bear by Hera.
See also: Category:Mythological bears.
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Birds

Adarna – has healing powers, put people to sleep, and turn people into stone (Philippines)
Aethon – eagle tormentor of Prometheus
Alkonost – female with body of a bird (Russian)
Alectryon – rooster (Greek)
Alicanto – bird with luminescent feathers which feeds on gold or silver (Chilean)
Bare-fronted Hoodwink
Bennu – self-creating deity, Phoenix (Egyptian)
Bird People
Cockatrice
Caladrius – white bird with healing powers (Roman)
Cetan – hawk spirit (Native American – Lakota tribe of North and South Dakota)
Chamrosh – body of a dog, head & wings of a bird (Persian Myth)
Chol (Biblical mythology) – regenerative bird
Cinnamon bird – builds nests out of cinnamon (Arabia)
Devil Bird – shrieks predicting death, like banshee (Sri Lankan)
Feng Huang – reigns over other birds (China)
Gandaberunda – two headed magical bird (Hindu)
Gamayun – prophetic bird with woman’s head (Russian)
Garuda – known as the primordial bird and the progenitor of all birds; vehicle of Lord Vishnu (Hindu, Buddhist)
Griffin – guards treasure and priceless possessions (Greek)
Harpy – ugly winged bird woman, steals food (Greek)
Hræsvelgr – giant who takes the form of an eagle
Horus – deity (Egypt)
Hugin and Munin – two ravens that serve as messengers (Norse mythology)
Minokawa – Giant, Dragon-like bird in Philippines (Philippines)
Nachtkrapp – (The Night Raven)
Oozlum bird – (Australian and British folk tales)
Owlman – compared to America’s Mothman (England)
Pamola – bird/moose spirit who causes cold weather (Abenaki)
Phoenix – (Greek)
Ra – Deity (Egypt)
Rain Bird – bird who brought rain (Native American)
Roc – enormous legendary bird of prey
Shangyang – rainbird (Chinese)
Simurgh
Sirin – birds with women heads, lured men to their death (Russia, Greek)
Strix – owl that ate human flesh (Greek)
Stymphalian birds – man-eating birds (Greek)
Tengu – has human and bird characteristics, name means dog (Japan)
Three-legged bird (various cultures)
Thunderbird – (Native American, American Southwest, Great Lakes, and Great Plains)
Thoth – deity (Egypt)
Turul – mythological bird of prey
Vermilion Bird – (Chinese)
Vucub Caquix – bird demon
Yatagarasu – three-legged crow
Ziz – giant griffin (Jewish)
Zu – divine monster depicted as a lion-headed eagle
See also: Category:Legendary birds.
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Bovines

Auðumbla
Bai Ze
Kujata
Bicorn and Chichevache
Bonnacon
Minotaur – monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man (Greek).
Nandi
Sarangay – a bull with a huge muscular body and a jewel attached to its ears (Philippines)
Shedu
Tachash (Jewish)
Ushi-oni – (Japan)
See also: Category:Mythological bovines.
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Camelids

Allocamelus – A donkey-headed camel.
Canines
Adlet
Amarok
Anubis – jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife (Egypt)
Aralez
Asena
Axehandle hound
Black dog, also known as Barghest, or Grim – associated with the Devil, Hellhound (Britain)
Beast of Gévaudan – man-eating wolf, terrorized the province of Gévaudan (France)
Cerberus – multi-headed dog, guards the gates of the Underworld, son/brother of Orthrus (Greek, Roman)
Chupacabra – sometimes thought to resemble, or mistaken for a hairless coyote
Cu Sith (or Cusith) – Hellhound, harbinger of death (Scotland, the Hebrides, Ireland)
Crocotta – mythical dog-wolf, related to the hyena (India, Ethiopia)
Cynocephaly – having the head of a dog or jackal
Fenrir – monstrous wolf, father of the wolves (Norse)
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Hellhound – supernatural dog, bringers of death (worldwide)
Huli jing or Kitsune or Kumiho – Fox spirits, like Fairies (China, Japan, Korea)
Kishi – cannibalistic two-faced demon, half-human half-hyena(Africa)
Orthrus – two headed dog, father/brother of Cerberus (Greek)
Penghou – tree spirit that appears like a black dog and tastes like dog-meat (Chinese)
Salawa – Egyptian Cryptid, possibly fennec Foxes
Sigbin – is a creature in Philippine mythology (Philippines)
Shug Monkey – dog/monkey creature found in Cambridgeshire (Britain)
Shunka Warakin – resembles a wolf, a hyena, or both. (America)
Tanuki – Japanese raccoon dog, legends claim is a shapeshifting trickster (Japan)
Vǎrkolak, or “Vukodlak” (Slavic) – undead vampire werewolf
Werewolf – human, shapeshifts to a wolf because of an affliction, lycanthrope (Worldwide)
See also: Category:Mythological canines.
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Caprids

Amalthea
Aries
Capricornus
Chimera
Faun-a Roman version of satyr. It has a human head and torso and a goat waist and legs.
Goldhorn – also known as Zlatorog
Heiðrún – goat in Norse mythology, which produces mead for the einherjar
Khnum
Satyr-a goat legged human that is associated to the deity Dionysus. Know to be drunk partiers.
Sidehill gouger
Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr – Thor’s magical goats
See also: Category:Mythological caprids.
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Chicken

Sarimanok a legendary chicken of the Maranao people who originate from Mindanao (Philippines)
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Equines

Anggitay – is a creature with the upper body of a female human and the lower body of a horse from waist down (Philippines)
Arion – Talking immortal horse (Greek)
Buraq – Al-Burāq, steed from the heavens that transported the prophets (Islam, Persian Art)
Centaur – head, arms, and torso of a human, the body and legs of a horse (Greek)
Cheval Gauvin – horse which tries to kill its rider (French/Swiss)
Chiron – centaur believed to be exceptional among his brethren (Greek)
Haizum – horse of the archangel Gabriel (Islam)
Hippocamp – Sea-Horse (Greek)
Hippogriff – winged horse with the head and upper body of an eagle (French,England)
Ichthyocentaurs – upper body of a man, the lower front of a horse, tail of a fish (Greek)
Ipotane – half-horse, half-humans, original centaurs (Greek)
Karkadann – monstrous, highly aggressive unicorn (India, Persia)
Kelpie or Bäckahästen or Each Uisge – water-horse, sometimes vicious (Scotland, Ireland)
Longma – fabled winged horse with dragon scales (China)
Nuckelavee – evil elf, ruins crops, causes epidemics, and drought (Orkney islands, Scotland)
Onocentaur – part human, part donkey (Greek)
Pegasus – white winged stallion (Greek)
Pooka – spirits, or fairies who lived near ancient stones, good or bad (Ireland)
Sleipnir – Odin’s eight-legged horse, which he rode to Hel (location) (Norse)
Simurgh – like the Hippogriff with the head of a human (Persian)
Tikbalang – creature with the body of a man and the head and hooves of a horse, lurks in the mountains and forests (Philippines)
Uchchaihshravas – seven-headed all white flying horse (Hindu)
Unicorn horse-like creature with a single horn, often symbolizing purity (Worldwide)
White horse
See also: Category:Mythological horses.
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Felines

Blue Mountains panther
Blue tiger
Bakeneko (Japan)
Bast
Beast of Bodmin
Cactus cat
Cait Sidhe
Chimera
Demon Cat
Ennedi tiger
Griffin (Europe)
Lamassu
Manticore
Narasimha
Merlion (Singaporean) – a fish with a lion’s head
Nekomata (Japan)
Nemean Lion (Greek)
Panther
Phantom cat
Sekhmet (Egypian)
Sphinx (Egyptian)
Surrey Puma
Tigris – giant lion of the forest of Bei Ilai
Underwater panther
White Tiger
See also: Category:Mythological felines.
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Fish

Fish People
Mermaid / Merman – half-human, half-fish (worldwide)
water spirit – (worldwide)
Undine – Water spirits of Celtic Mythos, no souls until they marry a human man and bear him a child (German)
Abaia
Hippocamp
Ika-Roa
Isonade
Namazu
Ningyo
Kun
Salmon of Wisdom
Shachihoko
See also: Category:Mythical fish.
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Hyenas

Werehyena
Kishi
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Marsupials

Drop Bear
Bunyip
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Molluscs

Akkorokamui
Kraken – squid monster (Worldwide)
Shen
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Musteloids, mongoose and civets

Azeban
Gef
Ichneumon
Kamaitachi
Mujina
Ramidreju
Raiju
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Pachyderms

Abath
Baku
Behemoth
Grootslang
Sæhrímnir
Taweret
See List of elephants in mythology and religion
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Pigs and boars

Calydonian Boar
Erymanthian Boar
Zhu Bajie
See also: Category:Mythological pigs.
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Primates

Bigfoot or Sasquatch – Cryptid, animal of the Northwest (America)
Hibagon or Hinagon – ape-like, similar to Bigfoot, or the Yeti (Japan)
Jué yuán – blue-furred man-sized rhesus monkey that abducts human women (China & Japan)
Satori – mind-reading magical ape or monkey (Japan)
Shōjō – anthropomorphic spirit, depicted as furred, somewhat confounded with orangutan (Japan)
Shug Monkey – dog/monkey (Britain)
Sun Wukong (proper name) – powerful warrior-magician in the form of a monkey who hatched from a stone egg (China)
Vanara
Yeren – man-monkey, cryptid hominid, resides in remote mountainous (China)
Yeti – Abominable Snowman, ape-like cryptid similar to Bigfoot, that inhabits the Himalayas (Nepal, Tibet)
Yowie – hominid said to live in the Australian wilderness, a cryptid similar to the Himalayan Yeti (Australia)
See also: Category:Mythological monkeys.
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Rabbits and hares

Al-mi’raj – rabbit with unicorn horn (Arabia)
Jackalope
Moon rabbit – a rabbit living on the moon (Chinese)
Skvader
Wolpertinger
See also: Category:Mythological rabbits and hares.
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Reptiles, limbed

Ammut – female demon, funerary deity and animal hybrid (Egypt)
Bakunawa – Serpent-like Dragon in Philippines (Philippines)
Basilisk – king of serpents, has the power to cause death with a single glance (Europe)
Black Tortoise – one of the four symbols of the Chinese constellations
Chinese Dragon – serpentine creature with four legs
Cipactli – sea monster, part crocodile, fish and toad. Always hungry, thousands of mouths (Spanish, Aztec)
Dragon – serpentine, reptilian traits (worldwide)
Kongamato
Kurma
Loch Ness Monster – sea monster cryptid (Scotland)
Makara
Mokele Mbembe
Reptilian humanoids
Sewer alligator
Sobek
Taniwha
Wyvern
Zaratan
knucker – sea serpent like dragon
See also: Category:Legendary reptiles.
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Rodents

Afanc
Giant Rat
Ratatoskr
Rat king – phenomena when a number of rats become intertwined at their tails (Germany, France)
Wolpertinger
See also: Category:Mythological rodents.
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Serpents and worms

Anaconda – from Greek tales, a snake that encircled the world at the equator
Amphisbaena
Amphithere
Apep/Apophis
Azhi Dahaka
Basilisk
Bakonawa
Cockatrice
Dragon  See also: List of dragons in mythology and folklore
Drake
Echidna (Greek)
Fafnir
Feathered serpent
Gorgon (including Medusa) (Greek)
Hoop snake
Hydra (Greek)
Jaculus/Jaculi
Jasconius
Jörmungandr (the Midgård serpent)
Lamia
Lindworm
Madame White Snake
Meretseger
Mongolian Death Worm
Naga (Worldwide)
Níðhöggr
Orm
Ouroboros
Python
Rainbow serpent
Sea serpent
Tarasque
Tsuchinoko
Wyvern
Yamata no Orochi See also: Category:Legendary serpents.
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Monotremes

Peluda
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Artificial creatures.
This listing includes creatures that are man-made, mechanical or of alchemical origins.
Automaton (worldwide) – self-operating machine; most famous example is Greek mythology‘s Talos
Blodeuwedd (Welsh) – wife of Lleu Llaw Gyffes
Frankenstein’s monster
Galatea (Greek) – ivory statue carved by Pygmalion
Gingerbread man – from German folk tales
Golem (Jewish) – animated humanoid construct
Homunculus (Alchemy) – diminutive, animated construct
Nephele (Greek) – nymph formed from a cloud by Zeus to resemble the goddess Hera
Shabti (Egyptian) – clay model used as workers
Tokeloshe (Zulu mythology) – diminutive, hairy humanoid with various magical powers
Tsukumogami (Japanese) – objects that come to life, of their own accord, after 100 years
Tulpa (Tibetan Buddhism) – creature brought to life through meditation
Tupilaq (Inuit) – large statues brought to life to serve witches and shamans
Ushabti (Egyptian) – clay guardians/assistants

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Various objects animated by gods, demons and spirits in mythology, legend and folklore
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Body parts, creatures associated with Blood

Alan
Chupacabra
Dhampir
Preta
Golden Hind
Kappa
Kekkai
Lamia
Manananggal
Mandurugo
Redcap
Rokurokubi
Sigbin
Vampire
Werewolf
Yuki-onna
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Bone

Bloody Bones
Gashadokuro
Grim Reaper
Skeleton

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Eye

Argus Panoptes
Basilisk
Catoblepas
Cockatrice
Cyclops
Gorgon
Hitotsume-kozou
Lamia
Lynx
Mokumokuren
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Face

Asura
Deva / Devi
Noppera-bō
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Hair

Futakuchi-onna
Harionago
Medusa
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Head

Amphisbaena
Cerberus
Chimera
Chonchon
Double-headed eagle
Dullahan
Hekatonkheires
Hydra
Lernaean Hydra
Nine-headed Bird
Nukekubi
Rokurokubi
Orthrus
Shesha
Penanggalan
Wanyūdō
Xing Tian
Yacuruna
Yamata no Orochi
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Limbs

Asura (Indian)
Deva / Devi (Indian)
Hekatonkheires
Kui
Sleipnir
Three-legged bird
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Mouth

Futakuchi-onna
Kuchisake-onna
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Skin

Selkie
Skin-walker
Swan maiden
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Tail

Bakeneko
Kitsune
Yamata no Orochi
Kumiho
Hulder
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Neck

Serpopard
Rokurokubi
Vampire
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Torso

Manananggal
Geryon
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Concepts, creatures associated with Evil eye

Basilisk
Balor of the Evil Eye – king of the Fomorians, a race of giants, and a cyclops (Irish)
Catoblepas
Cockatrice
Gorgon – woman with hair made of living, venomous snakes, and eyes that turned men to stone (Greek):
Medusa – once a human, Medusa and her sisters were cursed to be terrible monsters by Athena (Greek)
Euryale – second eldest of the three vicious Gorgon sisters (Greek)
Stheno – eldest of the Gorgon Sisters (Greek)
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Immortality and death

Ammit
Banshee
Demon
Devil
Dullahan
Ghost See also: List of ghosts
Grim Reaper
Ox-Head and Horse-Face
Phoenix
Undead
Valkyrie
Vampire
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Fertility and human sexuality

Abatwa
Alan
Boto
Faun
German
Incubus / Succubus
Maenad
Nymph
Pombero
Popobawa
Satyr
Sileni / Silenus
Unicorn
Zemyna / Zemepatis
Simurgh
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Birth and rebirth

Phoenix
Ubume
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Luck and wealth
Dwarf
Genie
Leprechaun
Sigbin
Yaksha / Yakshini
Sarimanok
 
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Sound

Banshee
Fenghuang
Mermaid
Nue
Siren
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Love and Romance

Cupid / Eros / Cherub
Swan maiden
Madame White Snake
Melusine
Tennin
Undine
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Dream and mind

Baku
Carbuncle
Devil
Incubus / Succubus
Mermaid
Nightmare
Nue
Oni
Sandman
Satori
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Talk (see
Talking animal
)

Gef
Satan
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Wisdom

Bai Ze
Salmon of Wisdom
Sphinx
Baba Yaga
Griffin

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Time and technology

Father Time
Gremlin
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Light

Angel
Deity
Lampetia
Will-o’-the-wisp
Dragon
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Demons (see
list of theological demons
)
Elements, creatures associated with Aether
Deity
Elemental
Spirit
Angel
Demon
Devil
Yokai
Nymph
Elf
Fairy
Air and wind (see List of flying mythological creatures)
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Darkness

Black dog
Bogeyman
Ghost
Grim Reaper
Wendigo
Shadow People
Vampire
Werewolf
Oni
Gashadokuro
Camazotz
Wild Hunt
Hell Hound
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Earth and subterranean

Bluecap
Dvergr
Dwarf
Earth Dragon
Gargoyle
Giant
Gnome
Goblin
Golem
Monopod
Nymph
Ogre
Oread
Troll
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Fire
Cherufe
Dragon
Ifrit
Hellhound
Lampad
Phoenix
Salamander
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Light and rainbow

Angel
Light Elf
Rainbow crow
Rainbow Serpent
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Metal and gold

Cyclops
Griffin
Gnome
Leprechaun
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Thunder and lightning

Chinese dragon
Cyclops
Kitsune
Raijū
Thunderbird
Valkyrie
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Water

Afanc
Amefurikozō
Aspidochelone
Bloody Bones
Buggane
Bunyip
Camenae
Capricorn
Cetus
Charybdis
Chinese Dragon
Crinaeae
Davy Jones’ Locker
Draug
Each uisge
Eachy
Elemental
Fish People
Fur-bearing trout
Gargouille
Grindylow
Haetae
Hippocamp
Hydra
Ichthyocentaur
Jasconius
Jengu
Kappa
Kelpie
Kraken
Lake monster
Lavellan
Leviathan
Loch Ness monster
Lorelei
Lusca
Makara
Melusine
Mermaid / Merman
Merrow
Morgens
Muc-sheilch
Naiad
Näkki
Nereid
Nix
Nymph
Pisces
Ponaturi
Potamus
Rusalka
Samebito
Sea monster
Sea serpent
Selkie
Shen
Siren
Taniwha
Tiamat
Triton
Ondine
Vodyanoy
Water dragon
Water leaper
Water sprite
Yacuruna
Zaratan
See also: Category:Mythological water creatures.
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Habitats, creatures associated with Cave and underground

Dwarf
European dragon
Gnome
Goblin
Golem
Grootslang
Leprechaun
Troll
Yaoguai
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Celestial and heaven

Angel
Asteriae
Deva / Devi
Feathered serpent
Pegasus
Grim Reaper
Swan Maiden
Tennin
Three-legged bird
Valkyrie
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Desert

Amphisbaena
Basilisk
Cockatrice
Ghoul
Mongolian Death Worm
Sphinx
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Temperate forest and woodland
Ajatar
Bigfoot
Dryad
Elf
Leshy
Green Man
Owlman
Unicorn
Satyr
Waldgeist
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Tropical forest and jungle

Curupira
Dingonek
Mapinguari
Man-eating tree
Manticore
Saci
Umdhlebi
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Temperate grassland and garden

Fairy
Gnome
mons_origen
Savanna

Ennedi tiger
Werehyena
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Lake and river

Ahuitzotl
Bunyip
Chinese dragon
Dobhar-chú
Encantado
Grootslang
Iara
Jiaolong
Kappa
Kelpie
Lake monster
Hydra
Loch Ness Monster
Mizuchi
Naiad
Nixie
Ogopogo
Ondine
Rainbow serpent
Rusalka
Ryujin
Shellycoat
Warlock
Yacuruna
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Mountain and hill

Dwarf
Fenghuang
Griffin
Hippogriff
Mountain Giant
Olitiau
Oread
Patupaiarehe
Satyr
Tengu
Yeti
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Sea

Bishop-fish
Charybdis
Dragon King
Fish People
Hippocamp
Leviathan
Jormungand
Kraken
Mermaid / Merman
Nereid
Sea monk
Sea monster
Sea serpent
Selkie
Shen
Siren
Tritons
Umibōzu
Water Dragon
Yacuruna
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Swamp and marsh

Bunyip
Grootslang
Lernaean Hydra
Honey island swamp monster
Mokele-mbembe
Swamp monster
Will-o’-the-wisp
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Volcano and lava

Cherufe
Phoenix
Salamander
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Polar, ice, and winter

Akhlut
Amarok
Barbegazi
Hrimthurs
Ijiraq
Jotun
Qiqirn
Saumen Kar
Tizheruk
Wendigo
Yeti
Ymir
Yuki-onna

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Urban and house

Banshee
Boggart
Brownie
Domovoi (Slavic house spirit)
Dvorovoi (Slavic yard spirit)
Duende
Jinn
Kobold
Tomte
Vampire
Zashiki-warashi
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Underworld and hell
Cerberus
Ammit
Cerberus
Cyclops
Demon
Devil
Earth Dragon
Garm
Hekatonkheires
Hellhound
Ifrit
Ox-Head and Horse-Face
Preta
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Humanoids see
Mythic humanoids

Hybrids see List of hybrid creatures
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Astronomical objects, creatures associated with Sun

Kua Fu a giant in China
Three-legged bird in China, Japan
Phoenix in Greek Mythology
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Moon

Jade rabbit
Werewolf
Werejaguar
Alien

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Constellation

Azure Dragon
Black Tortoise
Capricorn
Centaur
Ladon
Nemean Lion
Pegasus
Phoenix
Vermilion Bird
Yellow Dragon
White Tiger
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World

World Elephant
World Tree
World Turtle
See List of mythological places
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Plants, creatures associated with

Dryad
Ghillie Dhu
Green Man
Hamadryad
Jubokko
Kodama
Leshy
Mandrake
Man-eating tree
Penghou
Spriggan
Umdhlebi
Vegetable Lamb of Tartary See Trees in mythology
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Shapeshifters see
List of shapeshifters

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Times, creatures associated with Day and diurnal

Griffin
Jackalope
Unicorn (rather resembles the moon)
Wolpertinger
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Night and nocturnal

Amarok
Bigfoot
Ennedi tiger
Ghoul
Owlman
Werewolf
Vampire
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Undead

Spirit – (Worldwide)
Vampire
Wewe Gombel
Wili
Will o’ the wisp – Jack o lantern (English)
Wraith
Yurei
Aswang
Banshee – (Scottish, Gaelic, Irish)
Ghost – (Worldwide)
Jikininki
Kuchisake-onna
Poltergeist – (Worldwide)
Preta see also Category:Ghosts and Ghosts in Hindu Mythology 
Bhoot, Baital & Pishacha
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Corporeal

Draugr
Fext
Ghoul
Jiangshi
Lich
Manananggal
Mummy (undead) (modern interpretation)
Myling
Nukekubi
Pontianak
Skeleton
Undead
Vampire See also: List of vampires in folklore and mythology
Zombie See also: Category:Corporeal undead.
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Miscellaneous

Daemon
Demon
Fairy
Familiar
Genie – or Jinn, Djinn
Monster
Sprite
Yōkai
 

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