Hydra picured in the waters of ancient Greece

The Hydra, often referred to as the Lernaean Hydra, was a multi-headed swamp-dwelling serpent from the Peloponnese region of modern-day Greece. The foul monster’s parents were Echidna, sometimes known as the mother of all monsters, and Typhon, another serpent-like creature that declared war on Zeus, god of the Olympians. Hydra lived in a spring at … Read more