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  • Encyclopedia Mythallica - Historic references and legends of various mythological denizens; traditional properties of stones, metals, and herbs.
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  • Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai - Translated Japanese tales of the supernatural, weird, and strange spirits, creatures, and beasts from history.
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  • Little Vision Tricksters - An exploration of tricksters, elves, spooks, and spirits at the fringe of the human imagination and around the world.
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  • Mythical Monsters - Hypothesis of creatures being based on unknown and real animals from the Western, Chinese, and Japanese dragons and covering sea-serpents, unicorns and the Chinese phoenix; by Charles Gould, published 1886.
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  • Mythological Monsters - Creatures ranging from the basilisk to the unicorn; origins, lore, and traditional tales.
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  • The Swan Maidens - Essay by Sabine Baring-Gould offering a cross-cultural overview of swan maidens; first published in 1866-1868.
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  • Tanuki - Japan's shape-shifting and mischievous racoon-dog spirit.
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  • Tengu: The Legendary Mountain Goblins of Japan - Overview article by Charles C. Goodin.
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  • Terra Star - Contains information on dolphins, mermaids, fairies, angels and the Living Goddess.
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  • Unseen Creatures - Introduction to the traditional myths and legends of water monsters, weird animals and humanoids.
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  • Virtual Institute of Cryptozoology: Fabulous Animals and Cryptozoology - Summaries on the possible real-world origins of unicorns, mermaids, centaurs, griffins, and satyrs.
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  • Wikipedia: Legendary Creature - Encyclopedic entry with lists and a description of fabulous creatures as defined in historical literature.
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  • Wikipedia: Phoenix (Mythology) - Encyclopedic article of the mythological version.
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  • Wikipedia: Tengu - Encyclopedia article on appearance, behavior and origins of these Japanese supernatural creatures; folk tales and traditions.
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  • Mythical Brazilian creatures - Article pertaining to the mythical creatures and their local variations of Brazilian folklore. (May 11, 2003)
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