A fabulous Scandinavian sea monster, often represented as resembling an island, but sometimes as resembling an immense octopus.
An enormous horned sea creature of Scandinavian legend and folklore.
In general, any unique monster of the sea. Usually created by a Reaver or some unspeakable crossbreeding. Pronounced KRAY-ken. Compare to Chimera.
a man-eating octopus-like waterbeast. Hogwash has one; so does the Central Park Reservoir. The Hogwash kraken communicates via dry-erase board.
Fabulous sea monster supposed to have been seen off coasts of America and Norway. Sometimes mistaken for an island.
Giant squid of legend, proven to be true, so dragon stories were true as well and referred to dinosaurs.
Kraken ( "krahâ€™ ken" | IPA chart for English RP: | GenAm: | AuE: ) are legendary sea monsters of gargantuan size, said to have dwelled off the coasts of Norway and Iceland. The sheer size and fearsome appearance attributed to the beasts have made them common ocean-dwelling monsters in various fictional works (see Kraken in popular culture). The legend may actually have originated from sightings of real giant squids that are estimated to grow to 13 metres (43 feet) in length, including the tentacles.
Kraken is a steel roller coaster located at Sea World Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Its name is taken from the Kraken, a mythological sea creature. It was the first floorless coaster in Florida.
(For the mythological creature, see: Kraken, and for the real creature the mythological creature is thought to be based on, see: Giant Squid)
The Kraken is a fictional sea monster in Walt Disney Pictures' 2006 film, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest It is controlled by Davy Jones to destroy ships at his command.