The Greek god Poseidon was a well-muscled giant with flowing blue hair. His great size came from his lineage as the offspring of the Titans Rhea and Cronus. Poseidon also possessed a flowing beard and mustache. He carrie... More »

Monkeys are furry animals with long, fur-covered tails and hands with thumbs. Monkeys are either classified as Old World, meaning those from Africa and Asia, or as New World, meaning those from Central and South America.... More »

The common king snake is generally about 3 to 6 feet long, shiny black with a pattern of light colored bands that run across its body, and a black and yellow checkered stomach. Although the snake does not have a rattle, ... More »

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Neptune is the ancient Roman god of the sea, and Poseidon is the Greek god of the sea. They look similar in depictions, and some consider them to be the same god with two different names. Many people believe the Romans a... More »

According to Reference.com, Poseidon is the god of water and the seas in Greek mythology. Poseidon is the son of Cronus and Rhea, and his brothers include Zeus and Hades. Since he is god of all water, Poseidon is closely... More »

According to Greek mythology, Poseidon is the god of the sea and is one of the 12 gods known as the Olympians. Poseidon is the son of Cronus and Rhea, and he is the brother of Zeus, the god of the sky. More »

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The number of children Poseidon fathered is debatable, but at least a hundred children are said to be his offspring. Poseidon was much like Zeus with his love of women and numerous offspring. More »