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  1. Dreaded by sailors across the globe and throughout the centuries, sea serpents are the most fearsome monsters of the unknown deep. Long before the corners of the maps were shaded in, these legendary creatures lurked in uncharted waters, emerging through the roiling waves to swallow hapless seamen and destroy entire ships. It is difficult to know the origins of the legend; tales of sea serpents spread from port to port over thousands of years, taking particular hold in places such as the Middle East, North America, Scandinavia and Great Britain. This is the fifth model in my Legends and Lore series. It is comprised of 6,438 elements, took four weeks to design and create and was completed in February 2020. Here There Be Serpents! (1) by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr Here There Be Serpents! (2) by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr Here There Be Serpents! (3) by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr Here There Be Serpents! (4) by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr Here There Be Serpents! (5) by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr