Scully: On the old mariner maps, the cartographers would designate unexplored territories by simply writing "Here Be Monsters". Mulder: I've seen the same thing on maps of New York City. — The X-Files, "Quagmire"

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244:3, Leaf from choir-book with initial S in red pen-work on green and blue ground depicting a dragon. Netherland. late 12th century, © V&A Museum.

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Bio-luminescence .... when algae bloom in the red tide. what a great pic by Here Be Dragons!

This book has convinced me that I like historical fiction. I completely lost myself in it. I kept looking up parts of the story only to find out that they were the actually historical events of Prince Llywelyn the Great of Wales' life. The timeline has been changed a bit. I love history and this is one of many great stories well told.

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Coffee dragon? That's my kind of morning! Here Be Dragons by AnnPars.deviantart.com on @deviantART More

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Got a few requests for prints and compilation posts of these guys, so here is the first set! Prints can be found here ♥

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Sea monsters were originally put on maps to indicate uncharted territory.

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