Traditional Chinese depiction of Changshe

Changshe (长蛇 chang she, lit. "long snake") is a giant snake-like creature from the ancient bestiaries of China. According to the bestiary, it was 800 feet long and has bristles between its scales. It was believed to live in the Greater Unity Mountain in ancient China. Lots of legends depict giant snake like creatures. Its name literally translates into long snake.

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