Flood Myths of the world

North America
Central America
South America
Caddo (US)
Cheyenne (US)
Chippewa (US)
Hareskin (Alaska)
Hopi (US)
Jicarilla (Apache, US)
Lakota (US)
Malorotare (US)
Navajo (US)
Nizqualli (US)
Papago (US)
Pima (US)
Quillayute (US)
Shasta (US)
Skagit (US)
Squamish (US)
Tsetsaut (US)
Yakima (US)
Yuma (US)
 
Aztec (Mexico)
Cora (Mexico)
Huichol (Mexico)
Mayan (Mexico)
Mixtec (Mexico)
Nahua (central Mexico)
Quiché (Guatemala)
Tlapanac (Mexico)
Tarascan (Mexico)
Toltec (Mexico)
Totonac (eastern Mexico)
Yaqui (Northern Mexico)
Yoruba (Cuba)
Zapotec (Oaxaca)
Acawai (Orinoco)
Huarochiri (Peru)
Jivaro (eastern Ecuador)
Makiritare (Venezuela)
Yamana (Argentina)
Yanomamo (Brazil)
 
Middle Eastern
Babylonian (Middle eastern)
Chaldean (Middle eastern)
Hebrew (Israel)
Sumerian (Middle eastern)
Zoroastrian (Middle eastern)
Europe
Celtic (England)
Greco-Roman
Scandinavian (Europe)
Africa
Oceania and Pacific ocean
Asia
Komililo Nandi (Africa)
Mandingo (Liberia)
Masai (East Africa)
Australian
Batak (Indonesia)
Gunwinggu (Australia)
Hawaiian
Maung (Australia)
Samoan (Oceania)
Palau Isles (Pacific ocean)
Tahitian (Pacific ocean)
Wiranggu (Australia)
Andaman (Thailand)
Hindu (India)
Jino (China)
Kabadi (New Guinea)
Kammu (Thailand)
Lisu (China)
Mangaia (Cook Islands)
Miao/Yao (China)
Santal (Bengal)
Shan (Burma)
Tamil (southern India)
Tibet