Here we have talked about top 10 monsters from Norse mythology.
In Norse mythology, the dead are known as Draugar. They resemble zombies (monsters) more than vampires, despite the fact that some myths refer to them as blood-drinking creatures.
Dwarves, sometimes known as dark elves, are diminutive, deformed beings that appear in both Norse and Germanic mythology.
In Norse mythology, there are two separate kinds of elves: the Dokkalfar, or dark elf monster, and the Ljosalfar, or light elf creature.
The most well-known of the many wolves mentioned in Norse mythology was Fenrir. He was the son of the god Loki and the giantess Angrboda.
The Fossegrim often referred to as the grim, is a spirit and monster of the sea. With amazing skill, he imitates the sounds of the wind, water, and forest on the fiddle.
The Huldra are guardians of the forest and members of a group of Ra that guards various sites. The female Hydra is invariably depicted as being stunningly attractive and sensual.
Another offspring of Loki and Angrboda, the Jormungandr is also referred to as the Midgard Serpent. He inhabits the sea that envelops Midgard.
The giants known as Jotnar in Norse mythology are said to possess abilities comparable to those of the gods.
If men were drawn to the island, it would sink when they set foot on it, killing them and leaving them as food for the Kraken.
The Mare was thought to be the souls of living individuals who, like demons, departed from their bodies at night.