Ekhidna


Ekhidna (Greek: Ἔχιδνα) is a monster in Greek mythology. His name means “snake woman”. Ekhidna referred to as the “Mother of All Monsters”. Ekhidna nest in a cave called Arima. Hesiod describes Ekhidna as a giant monster with his partner, Typhoeus or Typhon, gave birth to a variety of horrible monsters in Greek mythology. Ekhidna possibility is the offspring of Tartarus and Gaia, or Ceto and Phorcys. Upper body is a woman but the bottom is a snake. Ekhidna also often depicted with wings or have two tails.

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