Real Animals Behind the Godzilla Franchise’s Monsters

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1. Godzilla: The Charismatic Komodo Dragon: Inspiration from the Islands Godzilla, the King of the Monsters. 

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2. Mothra: The Majestic Atlas Moth: From Larva to Legend: Mothra, one of the most beloved kaiju.

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3. King Ghidorah: The Terrifying Pterosaurs: Wings of Terror King Ghidorah, the three-headed dragon, finds a counterpart. 

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4. Rodan: The Fearsome Peregrine Falcon: Speed and Fury Rodan, the kaiju that resembles a gigantic pterosaur, actually shares characteristics.

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5. Anguirus: The Rugged Armadillo: Armored Ancestor Anguirus, one of Godzilla’s earliest rivals and later his ally.

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6. Biollante: The Fearsome Venus Flytrap: Plant Predator Parallel Biollante, a unique kaiju blending plant and reptilian DNA.

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7. Manda: The Mighty Anaconda: Serpentine Strength Manda, a sea dragon kaiju, has a lot in common with the anaconda.

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8. Baragon: The Burrowing Owl: Digging Deep Baragon, a monster that combines features of various reptiles and mammals.

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9. Gigan: The Fierce Honey Badger: Relentless Attacker Gigan, a cyborg kaiju known for his ruthless combat style.

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10. Megalon: The Destructive Dung Beetle: Earth Mover Megalon, a beetle-like kaiju, shares intriguing parallels with the dung beetle.

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