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Sea Monks


The most famous sea monk supposedly washed ashore in Denmark in 1546 and became famous all over Europe. The bottom drawing is based on depictions of that particular sea monk. The top drawing is based on monks' own depictions of the creatures.

Sea monks tended to either be peaceful or, oddly, act like mermaids rather than mermen. You see, the mean spirited kind lured people into the sea and ate them, just like mermaids. (Mermen rarely did anything besides getting caught and predicting the future)


2nd December 2016

Tagged in Sea Monk


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4 months ago #9565861        
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Those robes look like they'd be bad for swimming.



Jem

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4 months ago #9564955        
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You do know, that the Danish Sea Monk probably just was an octopus right? At least that was what was written in my schoolbook.



4 months ago #9564491        
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Is the second monk a coelacanth? it looks so familiar



4 months ago #9564425        
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Oh, I'd never heard about mermen predicting the future before.



4 months ago #9564203        
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How do they breed?



4 months ago #9564191        
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How would a sea-monk lure somebody into the water?
Somebody that is who doesn't have a Monk fetish like Humon clearly does.

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