Animals play an important part in mythology, legend, and folktales. This
page is dedicated to animals which have never existed in nature (although
they may, in part, have been based upon real animals). My
page is dedicated to animals which might possibly exist in nature but which
have not yet been accepted by modern science.
- Dragons Lair
offers dragon theme pastille burners and sculpture by Lynne
and Stephen Smith.
- Here Be Dragons!
by Jennifer Walker offers images and information about
dragons as well as links to other dragon-related sites.
Includes a list of dragon-oriented MUSHes, clubs, and email
- Tirya's Gryphons, Griffins, Griffons!
discusses these mythological beasts with the forequarters of
an eagle and the hindquarters of a lion. Covers gryphon
history, symbolism, art, literature, and architecture.
offers a brief summary of legends surrounding this legendary
- Geoff's Unicorns Page
offers Unicorn images, his original stories about unicorns,
and links to web sites about unicorns.
- The Last Unicorn
by Marc Hairston offers his comments on how this book by
Peter S. Beagle has influenced his life.
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Last modified by
pib on December 19, 2003.