The Queen of Crete fell in love with a bull and gave birth to the Minotaur that breathes fire. Hercules rid the bull from King Minos's Labyrinth. Hercules over powered the bull and sent it to the main land, near Athens
Labour Eight: the Mares of Diomedes
These horses at people. there are different versions of the myth to how Hercules rounded up the horses. But once he did he sent them for Tiryns where they were eaten by wild animals
Labour Nine: Hippolyte's Belt
Hercules's next labour was to retrieve Hippolyte's belt. Hippolyte willingly gave her belt to Hercules and Theseus, but then Hera started a rumor that the Greeks Captured Hippolyte. This created a a great battle.
Labour Ten: the Cattle of Geryon
Hercules had to capture a mutant cattle with three heads from the owner, Geryon.
Labour Eleven: the Apples of the Hesperides
Hercules had to get apples from the Hesperides (nymphs), but needed the help of Atlas. Atlas told Hercules to hold up the Heaven's so he could get the fruit.
The final labour that Hercules has to complete is capturing Cerberus, the hellhound. Hercules glowered at the boatman, Charon, so he would be allowed on the boat to cross the Styx. Cerberus had many heads and a poisonous snake for a tail and snaked coming out of his back. Cerberus went for Hercules's throat, but Hercules was wearing his lion skin which was virtually impenetrable. he then choked Cerberus and brought him to Tiryns.