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Feb 5, 2021

[Answer] What mythical creature is also known as a lycanthrope?

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Werewolf - Literally derived from the Greek for "wolf-person," the word lycanthrope has long been an alternate term for a werewolf. Werewolves have appeared in numerous fairy tales, novels, and movies, and differ from other mythical beasts like centaurs and mermaids in that they possess the ability to transform back and forth into humans. The notion of a man transforming into a wolf dates back at least to medieval times, and is thought to originate in German paganism, in which wolves played an important role. The idea that werewolves can be killed by silver weapons (usually silver bullets in modern stories) traces back to 19th-century Germany, while the idea that the transformation is caused by the full moon seems to be a 20th-century invention.:


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