Búri (or Buri) was the first God in Norse mythology. He is the father of Borr and grandfather of Odin, Vili, and Ve. He was formed by the cow Auðumbla licking the salty ice of Ginnungagap during the time of Ymir.
The Norse Gods have a pig named Sæhrímnir which is a source of unlimited bacon. It provides food for the Aesir and Einherjar in the feasting hall of Valhalla.
Norse mythology has one more death realm apart from Valhalla and Folkvangr. Helheim is ruled separately by Hel.
There is actually a Norse god of skiers named Ullr. His favorite sport was chasing game with a bow and arrow through the mountains at speed on skis.
According to Norse mythology, while observing his brother Baldr's funeral pyre, Thor punted a dwarf named Litr into the flames.
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Thor's chariot was pulled by two goats Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr that Thor could eat and then resurrect the following day with his hammer if no bones were broken.
Ægir is the God of the Oceans and Sea Creatures in Norse mythology. He brewed ale for the Gods and held elaborate parties.
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The Vikings believed that a giant goat named Heiðrún, whose udders provided an endless supply of beer, awaited them in Valhalla upon their death.
Dragons known as Lindwurm's existed in Norse mythology. The dragons utilized two front arms as opposed to the full four found in Asian cultures.
In the Norse mythology, spirits named Brunnmigi urinated in wells and they had the ability to assume any form at will.