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Medusa priestess to athena
Medusa was a monster in Greek mythology, known as a Gorgon. She had the face of a hideous woman, but had poisonous snakes on her head, instead of hair. She was the daughter of Phorcys, a God of the sea, and Ceto, a female sea God.
In biology, a medusa (plural: medusae) is a form of cnidarian in which the body is shaped like an umbrella. The other main body-form is the polyp. Medusae vary from bell-shaped to the shape of a thin disk, scarcely convex above and only slightly concave below.
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