Myt hical Hindu Sea Monster.
Etymology: Sanskrit (Indo-Aryan), "neither one t hing nor anot her " or "myt hical beast."
Physical description: Ridden by the god Vishnu, t he Makar a is somet imes por t r ayed as a crocodile; as a dolphin, crab, or shark; or as half fish and half elephant.
Distribution: Borobudur Temple, Java, Indonesia.
Significant sighting: The Makara sculptures that serve as waterspouts on the ninth-century Buddhist t emple of Bor obudur ar e elephant ine, with four unusual cheek teeth that more closely
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