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Moises Trejo

on 13 November 2012

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Transcript of Hydra

Hydra Hydra had many heads, the legends say it had from 1 to 100 of them Hydra wasn't easily killed because ... Whenever you cut off one of its heads 2 grow back in its place. Hydra also had breath that could kill anything living. Hydra lived in lake of Lerna. Beneath it was the entrance to the underworld and Hydra was the guardian. The one who killed Hydra was Hercules because it was one of his labors, Hercules killed Hydra by burning the neck where the head was so no replacement heads would grow Hydra was one of the twelve labors Hercules had to pass to get out of his sentence The greek name of Hydra was
Lernaean Hydra which meant ancient nameless serpent-like water beast Hydra had 3 siblings. 2 brothers and 1 sister Hydras brother was the Nemean Lion. Also one of Hercules' labors Hydra's other brother is Kerberos .Which is basically Cerberus.Also another one of Hercules labors Hydra also had a sister who was Sphinx Hydra's mother was Echidna I dint like how Hydra died so easily so i wasted to rewrite it I would have liked it better if Hercules runs to Hydra,trips then breaks his ankle and gives Hydra enough time to torture Hercules.Because hes immortal so he will not die just feel the pain. Now here is an acrostic poem for hydra H-Hungry Y-Yearns for blood D-Dreadful R-Rageful A-Angry Credits http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labours_of_Hercules http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lernaean_Hydra http://thewalters.org/exhibitions/heroes/greek-mythology-family-tree.pdf THE END http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hercules http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/Herakles/labors.html
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