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Bonus read: 3 terrifying monsters from around the world:
Chupacabra – sightings of this reputed vampiric creature have been reported all over North and Central America. The name comes from the Spanish chupar ‘to suck’ + cabra ‘goat’, named in relation to its first alleged victims – goats (and other livestock) found drained of all their blood. The chupacabra is thought to be a large, bear-sized creature with spikes running down the length of its body, and thin arms with three sharp fingers.
Revenant – a visible ghost or animated corpse that is believed to have revived from death to haunt the living. The word revenant is derived from the Latin word reveniens, “returning” also the related French verb revenir, meaning “to come back”
Kraken – first spotted off the coast of Norway, the Kraken is an enormous sea monster often represented in the form of a gigantic squid. This monster has the distinction of being part of meme culture: Liam Neeson’s dramatic ‘Release the Kraken!’ line of dialogue from the 2010 reboot of The Clash of the Titans has become a popular catchphrase.
Tell us, what monsters live in your country?