Charybdis was a sea monster in Greek mythology that was in the form of a whirlpool. She was paired with Scylla, another sea-monster that sailors didn't want to encounter. "Between Scylla and Charybdis" means having to choose between two dangers, either of which brings harm.
Charybdis is a Greek sea monster who sucks in the sea and spits it back out again.
the whirlpool. the 6-headed monster was the other.
Charybdis resided in the Strait of Messina off the coast of Sicily. She, with fellow monster Scylla, would cause ships to crash. Charybdis was seen as a giant whirlpool.
The danger of Charybdis was that it tried to destroy the ship at sea. It was a large and vicious sea monster that tried to kill Odysseus.
Ships that go near Charybdis who is a sea monster are known to go into a huge whirlpool. Charybdis is a goddess of the tides with triple drawing expulsion.
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Charybdis was a sea monster whose enormous whirlpool threaten ships in the Strait of Messina, according to Greek mythology. The hero Odysseus had to travel through this area