What really makes this kind of stuff easy is auto-correct.
Their blood, class, phylum, kingdom, subclass, and geographical distribution are all exactly the same. A spider and an ant are very different.
However, the mythical Kraken is indeed an octopus, as seen in these pictures:
You should get: "The Encyclopedia of Things That Never Were". The Kraken was an octopus!
Kept saying menitar
Percy Jackson and Harry Potter helped me with a majority of these.
“NOBODY HURT ME”
“Good for you, brother.”
“Okay, okay, we know”
Odysseus calls to them halfway off the island. “See you later, suckers! You got smoked by Nobody!”
Right in the Childhood of every Percy Jackson reader ever
Some random explorers way back in the day decided they were going to explore parts of Africa and came back with fantastic stories of unicorns, which were actually rhinos.
Love my mythology
Banshee, centaur, phoenix, werewolf, basilisk
-Half man, half amazing - Vince Carter
Witches (both types - those that get power from demons and those who don't)
and last but not least - Jefferson Starships - named by Dean himself
And tried so many for the banshee one (while I know the term) based on different parts of the question. Tried: siren, fairy (couldnt bother with alternate spellings like fae and faery) ghoul, wisp, will o the wisps, and another one I believe.
For the satyr I first tried pan, which it didnt accept, then faun which it did accept.
Quite easy but very fun quiz. Could think of quite a few more mystical beasts, is there a part two?
I feel dumb.
You scored 21/22 = 95%
This beats or equals 89.7% of test takers
The average score is 14
Your high score is 22
Your fastest time is 1:42
Forgot the last one :(
You scored 22/22 = 100%
10.3% of test takers also scored 100%
Your fastest time is 1:25
Oh those frightening, blood-drinking capybaras :D
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