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Friday, 17 January 2014

Emela-ntouka

Emela-Ntouka, David Miller-Roy Mackal
The African Congo is the most mysterious of Earth’s ecosystems, and is home to the highest number of cryptids. These creatures, described by experienced natives, are also among the most credible and likely, given their resemblance to prehistoric creatures that could still exist in the remote rainforest. The Emela-ntouka is alleged to be the size of an elephant, but with a massive horn protruding from the front. One would suspect a rhinoceros, but the creature has a massive tail, which better fits the description of a triceratops dinosaur. The beast is a herbivore, like Triceratops, but it is greatly feared by natives. In the case of the Famous Moekel Membe, natives pointed to the long necked Apatosaurus, but not any modern animal when asked to match their observations with drawings.

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