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As well as controlling natural disasters, merfolk can prevent them. A mermaid can calm the roughest seas when calm. They can mold water like clay and make it form any shape they desire, from simple orbs, triangles ,and squares to a mermaid figure to a huge six-headed snake. Mermaids can also boil, freeze and transform water into a gelatinous or glass-like substance. A mermaid can grant.
Mermaids (Merfolks) Edit. History Comments (9) Share. A mermaid or merperson is a legendary aquatic creature with the upper body of a human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including the Near East, Europe, Africa and Asia. Stories of Mermaids originated as early as humans began sailing around 3200 BCE, but may have much earlier roots. Mermaids.
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But as science and reason solidified their hold in European and American society, the mermaid slipped further out of natural history and deeper into sailor lore. After all, out on the high seas.
On mermaids and manatees: a first approach to the evolution of natural history images in early modern times.
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