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Britannica classifies the Leviathan as a sea serpent that symbolizes Israel's enemies as well as the Behemoth as a powerful hippopotamus. But what are they actually? Can they have a deeper meaning? Or are they just animals that walked the earth? Both these animals appear in the book of Job. The Leviathan is also found in different areas through the Bible in Psalm, Revelation, Isaiah as well as sources of mythology. On the other hand, the Behemoth is only found in Job 40:14-24. These creatures have puzzled Christians for a number of years, and due to their air of mystery, a great deal of self-interpretation goes along with these creatures. Needless to say, there are many possible theories surrounding these creatures of mystery. To be able to come into a stronger finish, we'll be shedding some light on a few of these possible explanations, such as what every monster is and its role in the book of Job. Finally, according to our study, we'll give our personal thoughts on what we believe is the most accurate theory. The first concept enclosing the Behemoth and Leviathan is they are actual creatures that walk (or walked) the ground. Wilson indicates that if the Bible mentions them talks about how large they are that it's simply the writer making them more colorful because of a lack of true knowledge regarding them (3). The name Behemoth is the "plural of majesty" of the word for animal, or in other words, an animal of excellence. The most common animal the Behemoth is attributed to is the hippopotamus. There's a focus on the strength of the loins and belly, which is true of the common hippo. Some scholars believe that the section about the "tail of cedar" is a major downfall for the hippo theory, because hippos have a very small tail. H.. .