Fantastic Animals from the Bible
The Holy Bible is an excellent source for fabulous beasts from lion-headed angels to demonic magic working animals, plus dragons, satyrs, and fiery flying serpents, even unicorns.
For a complete list see: Creatures by Type » Biblical
Strange animals not listed by type include the following:
In The Book of Genesis, a fallen angel takes the form of a serpent and speaks to Adam and Eve.
In Genesis 25, a woman gives birth to a child that is completely covered with red fur.
In Isaiah 11, the prophecies given to Isaiah include wolves living peacefully with lambs, leopards sleeping with goats, cows sleeping with bears, lions eating straw like oxen, and small children remaining unharmed while playing with poisonous snakes.
In Numbers 22, a donkey has the power to see angels and can speak.
In Joel 2, an army of locusts resembling horses appear, they shake the earth, darken the sky, and shoot out flames that burn everything in their path.
In Jonah 1, a man lives inside a great fish for three days.
In Revelation 5, a dead lamb with seven horns and seven eyes comes back to life.
In Revelation 9:7-10, horse-sized locusts appear again, this time they have the faces of men and the hair of women, they have teeth like lions, stinging tails like scorpions, and wear crowns on their heads.
In Revelation 9:17, fire breathing horses with the heads of lions appear wearing breastplates of jacinth and brimstone.
In Revelation 13:1-3, a seven headed beast with ten horns comes out of the sea wearing ten crowns on each horn. It resembles a leopard but has the feet of a bear and the mouth of a lion. One of his heads dies, but it comes back to life.
In Revelation 13:11, a beast with horns like a lamb and a voice like a dragon comes out of the earth.
In Revelation 16:13, unclean spirits in the shape of frogs come out of the mouth of a dragon, a beast, and a false prophet.
See Also: Creatures by Type » Biblical
The Holy Bible, King James Version.