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Dec 18, 2023

[Answer] The kraken sea monster originated in what folklore?

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...1. East African 2. Native American 3. Scandinavian 4. Ancient Greek

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Scandinavian - Many cultures have a legend or myth about a massive tentacled sea creature that attacks innocent sailors and pulls them to a watery doom. The Ancient Greeks had the "teuthos" or giant squid. Sailors in the Caribbean and East Asia had similar stories. The kraken, which originated in Scandinavian folklore, is one of the best known sea monster legends. The enormous sea monster was first described by sailors in the early 18th century and was said to appear off the coast of Norway. It was also depicted in Jules Verne’s classic novel “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” in 1870. The legend was likely inspired by sightings of the rare giant squid, which can grow up to 42 feet long.:

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