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Images of a Basilisk (Cockatrice), a Griffin (Griphon), the Babylonian Dragon and Other Unknown Animals

I invite you to visit "Unknown animals" photo gallery. In this section I will place photos of sculptures, bas-reliefs, wall paintings and other images of animals unknown for science

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Semielephant-semidragon Guyusimha. Prasat Prey Kmeng Temple, Angkor
Guyusimha (an elephant-lion). Prasat Prey Kmeng Temple, Angkor, Cambodia.Guimet Museum, Paris.
Skanda on semibird-semidragon. Halebid, India
Skanda, Shiva' son, on the hybrid between a bird and a dragon, probably a basilisk. Halebid, India
Basilisk. Trsa, Croatia
Basilisk (cockatrice) in Trsat castle, Croatia. A modern sculpture made according to ancient images
Basilisk. Belvedere, New York
One more image of a basilisk in Belvedere Castle, New York. A modern sculpture
Winged bull. Susa, Iran
Winged buffalo from Susa, Iran (539-330 BC). Brick covered with glaze. Guimet museum, Paris
Winged semilion-semigoat-semidragon. Susa, Iran
Winged semilion-semigoat-semidragon from Susa, Iran (539-330 BC). Brick covered with glaze
Babylonian dragon - sirrush. Iraq
"Babylonian dragon" - sirrush on the gateway of goddess Ishtar in Babylon, Iraq
Gryphon. Altai
Griffin (griphon), decoration of a horse harness. Ak-Alaha-1 burial, Ukok plateau (medium of I millenaries BC)
Gryphon. Vlakhernskoe-Kuz'minki, Moscow.
Griffin. Vlahernskoye-Kuzminki mansion in Moscow. A modern sculpture according to ancient pictures
Winged semilion-semigoat-semidragon. Altai
Felt handbag for a mirror from Ak-Alaha-3 burial on Ukok plateau (5 century BC) represents the image of a winged animal already known for us. It is possiblly, they lived on the Earth at this time
Rider on a pangolin. Perm Region
Pangolin. A pendant made by legendary tribe (nation) chudes. Bronze, casting. VIII-IX centuries. Perm region According to legends, pangolins, as well as chudes, lived underground
Dragon in Beit She'an
"Dragon" on an ancient Roman column in archaeological park Bet Shean (Israel). Photo by the author
Stegosaurus. Ta Prohm, Angkor
An animal on the bas-relief of the temple of Ta Prohm temple complex of Angkor (Cambodia), remarkably similar to Stegosaurus, extinct at the end of Mesozoic Era, 65,5 million years ago, or, according to my data, in Early Miocene, appr.16 million years ago. Photo by the author
An animal above Stegosaurus. Ta Prohm, Angkor
An animal on the bas-relief of the temple of Ta Prohm temple complex of Angkor (Cambodia), situated over the "Stegosaurus", resembling Нуracodontidae who lived in Eocene and Oligocene (previously 24-20 million years ago). Photo by the author
An animal above Stegosaurus. Ta Prohm, Angkor
An animal on the bas-relief of the temple of Ta Prohm temple complex of Angkor (Cambodia), situated over "Stegosaurus", resembling Amynodonts and some Paraceratherium, also commonly known as Indricotherium or Baluchitherium, who lived in Eocene and Oligocene (previously 20 million years ago). Photo by the author
Basilisk? Ta Prohm, Angkor
Semibird-semidragon on the bas-relief of the temple of Ta Prohm temple complex of Angkor (Cambodia), in my opinion, most similar to a basilisk. Photo by the author
Basilisk? Ta Prohm, Angkor
Semibird-semidragon on the bas-relief of the temple of Ta Prohm temple complex of Angkor (Cambodia), in my opinion, most similar to a basilisk. Photo by the author
Basilisk? Ta Prohm, Angkor
Semibird-semidragon on the bas-relief of the temple of Ta Prohm temple complex of Angkor (Cambodia), in my opinion, most similar to a basilisk. Photo by the author

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