Over the years, we have been entranced, baffled, tantalized and even shocked by the monsters of well known mythologies. Fortunately, the list of legendary beasts and creatures hasn’t run out of potential candidates, So let us talk about nine mythical monsters that have still not been able to take the center stage in pop-culture, in spite of their frightfully ‘monstrous’ credentials.
A fantastical giant wolf from the barren lands of the Arctic , from Inuit mythology. The Amarok is said to hunt alone in contrast to the pack tendencies of its much smaller brethren. A story is told about the legend of this lone wolf. Ararok comes from real-time ecological periods when the untraveled deep woods were indeed populated by larger varieties of wolves. Arctic inhabitants believed the Amarok to be a monstrous wolf greater in size than a human being.