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Q 1. Let’s start off easy: Can you name this magical creature?
Q 2. This winged horse from Greek mythology was the companion of Perseus and ended up as a constellation. Do you know its name?
Q 3. This magnificent fire-breathing beast is part of the mythology of many cultures around the globe. What is it called?
Q 4. According to ancient Greek mythology, these human-equine hybrids were born from a cloud. What’s their name?
Q 5. What’s the name of the mythical bird that resurrects from its own ashes?
Q 6. Capture one, and you’ll be granted three wishes. What is this type of fairy from Irish folklore called?
Q 7. What’s the name of the one-eyed giants from ancient Greece?
Q 8. In the Harry Potter universe, these deplorable creatures are kept as servants because of their devotion and loyalty. What are they known as?
Q 9. Which (sometimes winged) creature has a human head on the body of a lion, and likes riddles?
Q 10. This creature appears in the Harry Potter series and resembles a leathery bat-winged horse. Can you name it?
Q 11. This sea serpent from Norse mythology could surround the Earth and bite its own tail. What is it called?
Q 12. Ranging in size from dogs to bears, these ants from ancient Greece guard a hill with rich deposits of gold. Do you know their name?
Q 13. Can you name this furry creature from the Harry Potter universe?
Q 14. Do you know the name of this horned rabbit from Persian mythology?
Q 15. What is the name of this evil, shape-shifting, nine-tailed fox from Korean mythology?