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The most well-known mermaid art is the statue of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen Harbor. It was created by Edvard Eriksen in 1913 to commemorate Hans Christian Andersen's story. Many famous Victorian paintings featured ... More »

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Customers can find exotic mermaid art at FramedArt.com and NinjaCrunch.com. As of 2015, the mermaids available at FramedArt.com are available for sale, while the ones at NinjaCrunch.com are available as stock images. More »

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Despite purported sightings in modern times, mermaids remain mythical, half-human, half-fish-like creatures that appear in the folklore of many cultures across continents, including the first known tale of the Assyrian g... More »

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The plot of "The Little Mermaid" involves Ariel, a mermaid princess, who desires to become human. Her wish is eventually granted, though dire consequences occur as a result of her transformation. More »

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Customers can find exotic mermaid art at FramedArt.com and NinjaCrunch.com. As of 2015, the mermaids available at FramedArt.com are available for sale, while the ones at NinjaCrunch.com are available as stock images. More »

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Mermaids are mythical creatures, half woman and half fish. With the notable exception of cruel experiments performed on undeserving people, it is impossible for humans to become half fish. Even so, with a bit of money an... More »

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"Jack Sprat" is a traditional English nursery rhyme whose main verse says, "Jack Sprat could eat no fat. His wife could eat no lean. And so between them both, you see, they licked the platter clean." Though it was likely... More »

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