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Remaining a Catholic, Olaus was evetually named Archbishop of Uppsala, though he had hardly any fellow believers to oversee there; he and his brother had already moved to southern Europe.His Catholic disdain for Protestants was more than reciprocated, with Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon distributing pictures of a "pope-ass" and a "monk-calf." Besides claiming thousands of lives, Europe's religious divisions in the 16th and 17th centuries caused a renewed interest in monsters (sea bishops proliferated) with Christians of both flavors blaming each other for the weird new creatures.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, has drawn a vibrant ocean scene filled with starfish, seahorses and squid, and has hidden a single fish for players to find.He has since created a series of similarly tricky puzzles and will release a book of wintry 'seek-and-find' scenes, Bear's Merry Book of Hidden Things, later this year.A recent brainteaser saw the artist hide an egg in a springtime scene.and provide an explanatory key to what they were, which suggests that he depicted animals he believed to be real.And some of the animals on his map can be related to real animals, such as the walrus, the blue whale and the giant squid. This sea monster duo includes a lobster, just one described as 12 feet long.