Statistics for Mythical Creatures of Ancient Greece

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Hint Answer % Correct
Woman with a hideous face and snakes in place of hair.Medusa
97%
Bird that bursts into flames and is reborn.Phoenix
94%
Half man, half horse.Centaur
93%
Giant with one eye.Cyclops
91%
Winged horsePegasus
90%
Beautiful creature that lures nearby sailors with her enchanting voice.Siren
87%
Has the head of a bull and the body of a man.Minotaur
86%
Many-headed serpent-like water beast. If you cut off one of its heads, it grows two more.Hydra
85%
Three-headed dog that guards the gates of the underworld.Cerberus
84%
Type of creature that the above is.Gorgon
78%
A drunken, woodland man with a horse's ears and tail. Often plays the flute.Satyr
76%
Has the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle.Griffin
62%
Monstrous fire-breathing female creature composed of a lion, a snake, and a goat.Chimera
53%
Winged spirit that steals food.Harpie
45%
Half man, half goat.Faun
45%
Sea monster with six long necks, twelve dangling feet, and triple rows of sharp teeth. Haunts the rocks of a narrow strait opposite the whirlpool of Kharybdis.Scylla
42%
Half woman, half snake. Most of the monsters of Greek mythology are her offspring.Echidna
29%

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