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Reptilian humanoids comprise a common motif in mythology, folklore, science fiction, fantasy, conspiracy theories, ufology, and cryptozoology.

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In mythology

Reptilian humanoids in world mythology include:

Male

Female

  • Cihuacoatl, literally "Snake Woman", an Aztec goddess
  • Echidna, the wife of Typhon in Greek mythology, was half woman, half snake.
  • The Gorgons: Sisters in Greek mythology who had serpents for hair.
  • The Lamia: a child-devouring female demon from Greek mythology depicted as half woman, half serpent.
  • Nüwa: serpentine founding figure from Chinese mythology
  • Wadjet pre-dynastic snake goddess of Lower Egypt - sometimes depicted as half snake/woman
  • The White Snake: a figure from Chinese folklore

Either

  • Some djinn in Islamic mythology are described as alternating between human and serpentine forms.
  • Nāga (Devanagari: नाग): reptilian beings from Hindu mythology said to live underground and interact with human beings on the surface.
  • The Serpent: a character from the Genesis creation narrative occasionally depicted with legs, and sometimes identified with Satan, though its representations have been both male and female.

In cryptozoology

Purported reptilian humanoid cryptids include:

In ufology and conspiracy theories

In scientific speculation

In fiction

A wide range of fictional works depict reptilian humanoids.

Literature

Television

Doctor Who

Star Trek

Other

Comics

Marvel

DC

Other

Film

Games

Roleplaying and strategy games

Platform and fighting games

See also




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