The 7th task for Hercules was the Cretan Bull, who Queen Pasiphae of Crete fell in love with. This beast belched flames, but Hercules conquered it and sent it back to the mainland.
Labor 7 - The Cretan Bull
Labor 10 - The Cattle of Geryon
Hercules was told to bring Eurystheus the Mares of Diomedes, horse who dined on flesh of travellers. One side of the myth states that they fed on Hercules' squire, Abderus. Hercules rounded them up and embarked for Tiryns to show Eurystheus.
Labor 8 - The Mares of Diomedes
Labor 11 - The Apples of the Hesperides
Hercules was tasked with getting Hippolyte's belt in the Amazons. The Amazons were warrior women, and their Queen gave her belt willingly.
Labor 9 - Hippolyte's Belt
However, Hera stirred the Amazons up with a rumour and battle ensued. Hercules still got the belt.
This labor had Hercules steal Geryon's cattle. The watchdog, Orthrus, had 2 heads.
He rushed at Hercules who was running away with the cattle. Hercules killed him with his wooden club.
This labor Hercules had to get the apples. They were guarded by Ladon, a dragon.
Hercules was told he needs the help of Atlas. He retrieved the fruit and does not want to take the world back. Hercules deceives him and leaves.
For his final labor, Hercules has to bring Cerberus up from Hades. After he finally crosses the Styx. He choked Cerberus and dragged him to Tiryns.
Labor 12 - The Capture of Cerberus
The lion skin that Hercules was wearing was impenetrable, and that's how he beat him.