|Congratulations to all of our monstrously knowledgeable readers!
Many of the 85 of you who responded to our last contest regaled us with marvelous and mind-boggling tales about our mythic monsters and their mates. We learned, for example, that the Norse wolf Fenrir was also known as Fenris and that Jormungand also answers to the name of the Midgard Serpent. And we stand corrected in our description of the Babylonian dragon Tiamat: it was not her blood that was used to make mankind, but that of her mate or son or commander-in-chief, depending on which version you hear Kingu.
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