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Sybaris was a dragon in Greek mythology.

History

In Greek mythology, Sybaris was a dragon that terrorized the Greek city of Delphi. When the Oracle was asked how to stop it, it said to sacrifice a young man. Eventually, a demigod named Eurybaros, son of the river god Axios, was chosen, but he defeated the dragon by hurling it down Mt. Kriphis. A fountain is said to have emerged there and a city is said to be named after her.

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Atlas, who used Sybaris' teeth.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians

The Titan's Curse

The Titan Atlas makes skeletons with Sybaris' teeth, by growing them in a plant pot. The mortals thought the teeth were from a T. rex and put them in the T. rex's exhibit. When planted and watered (most likely with blood), unstoppable skeletons emerge from the ground, ready to kill.

Monsters
Species: Centaur | Cyclopes | Dragon | Drakon | Empousai | Fire-Breathing Horse | Giants | Gorgons | Harpies | Hyperborean Giants | Ichthyocentaur | Katoblepones | Laistrygonian Giants | Lycanthrope | Merpeople | Nikai | Nymphs | Pegasus | Satyrs | Stymphalian Birds | Telekhines | Blemmyae | Basilisks | Sirens | Gemini | Scythian Dracanae | Ghoul | Hekatonkheires | Myrmekes | Unicorns | Hippalektryons | Arai | Gegeines | Karpoi | Makhai | Keres | Hippocampi | Venti | Yales
Friendly Monsters: Argus | Blackjack | Briares | Cottus | Gyges | Chiron | Don | Ella | Festus | Gleeson Hedge | Gray |Grover Underwood | Lysas | Rainbow | Mellie | Mrs. O'Leary | Ophiotaurus | Peleus | Porkpie | Guido | Scipio | Tyson | Tempest | Sssssarah | Peaches
Enemy Monsters: Agrius and Oreius | Arachne | Charybdis and Scylla | Chimera | Chrysaor | Clazmonian Sow | Colchis Bulls | Echidna | Euryale | Geryon | Joe Bob | Kampê | | Nanette | Manticore | Medusa | Minotaur | Nemean Lion | Polyphemus | Sphinx | Lamia | Medusa | Euryale | Stheno | Typhon | Python | Kekrops | Cacus | Trojan Sea Monster | Ladon | Antaeus
Neutral Monsters: Carnivorous Sheep | Cerberus | Erymanthian Boar | Gray Sisters | Furies | Flesh-Eating Horse | Gryphon | Skolopendra | Sybaris | Orthus