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In Norse mythology there are several references to dragons.
- In the Völuspá the being Níðhöggr is identified as a dragon (Old Norse: dreki)
- The Midgard Serpent is described as a giant, venomous serpent
- So is Fáfnir in the Volsung cycle in the Poetic Edda
- The Gesta Danorum contains a description of a dragon killed by Frotho I
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