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Hey guys, it’s Mike Chen here.
When speaking of monsters, we’ve all heard of Bigfoot or the Loch Ness monster, mock man...but these are not the only creatures that may lurk in the wild.
Here are five monsters that you may never have heard of that still may exist somewhere in the world.
Number 1: Boro
Local tribes in Northern Assam India claimed to have seen this large crocodile monster many times over the years.
They described it as measuring between 11 and 13 feet long with the long snout and four limbs and 5-foot long tail.
Alike a crocodile. However the boro does not have scales but rather what’s mood with blue and white coloration.
Natives say that it would occasionally lift its head out of the water and let out a bellow that can be heard over great distances.
After many run-ins with the creature, the natives deliverance lead to sent out to destroy the creature by draining its swamp habitat.
The last one may have died sometime in early 1940s although some natives believe it only retreated underground.
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*** X like creatures believed to exist in the heart of Africa.
John Alford Jordan, an explorer who actually shot at this creature in a river in Kenya in 1907 described this creature as scales covered, 18 feet long, had reptilian clause.
A spot it back long tail and a big head out of which grew large worse like tusks.
Natives of the area for the described it as having a scorpion like tail and reported that it would even kill predatory animals such as hit balls were crocodiles that dared wonder into its territory.
Now this may sound like a fantasy creature but in the Break Fountainbridge in South Africa is a case painting of an unknown creature that fix the description of the *** neck right down to its walrus, like tusks.
Number 3: The Emmelar Inchucap
Emmelar Inchucap literally means elephant killer. Well.
Properly named by natives of The Republic of Congo who have seen this swap dueling monster attack and this inbound elephants that crosses its path. That’s insane.
The instrument of this inboundment is a large ivory large bone houn on the animal's head leading to speculation that the Emmelar chuca might be surviving relative of the Triceratop.
Emmelar chuca are nasty vicious creatures according to the natives who further described it as having a red-brown color massive legs and the ability to hide totally submerged beneath the water.
Interestingly, its attack on elephants seem only to be defensive war territory since the monsters don’t eat the elephants.
They seem to be vegetarians.
Number 4: Kongamato
The Kongamato meaning “overbreak of boats”.
Yeah, you’re a badass if you can overbreak a boat.
Their pterodactyl like flying monsters said to have been cited a modern-day Southwestern United States.
Although not as large as Terry Dactyl known from fossils, the Kongamato resemble the prehistoric creature in virtually every other aspect.
A long tapered job filled with sharp teeth, bat-like wings and in overall lizard-like appearance.
Some researchers think the Kongamato could, in fact be a large species of bats.
However, in 1923, explorer Frank Millan heard of this creature while traveling through Zambia.
Intrigue he showed illustrations of the Terry Dac to the locals and every native present immediately and without hesitation picked out and identified it as a Kongamato.
And finally number 5: the Meniakor
Meniakor is probably the scariest of the bunch.
Witnesses in Uruguay and Southern Brazil described the creature as looking like a gigantic armor-plated slug.
So imagine a black slug as big as 14 feet long with a snout like a pig and two tentacles poking out of its head.
Some reports have it as long as 75 feet.
Normally living underground, the Meniakor occasionally services leaving deep trenches in its wake.
Okay this is definitely the scariest creature for me because have you seen Tremors?
That thing gave me nightmare for a year.
So do you guys believes that creatures like these still exist today.
Let me know in the comments below.
Now for me, I don’t discount anything and anything could be a possibility to me because here is a thing: there is so much about the world that we don’t know about.
I mean did you know that only 10% of the world caves have even been discovered?
There are jungles out there that so thick that people are not even able to walk in them.
I’m just saying that although there are satellite everywhere now and there seems to be photos of everything on earth, so yeah I believe that the possibility does exist at these creatures and probably many more that we don't know about.
The jeweler and unexplored jungles were covering all oceans and lakes.
This is also reasons why when I go on vacation, I stayed away from jungles and I don’t swim in ocean.
As like my worst fear that I go on a cruise and then fall off the crowd or something and then get left behind.
I mean have you seen that movie cause when you’re in the ocean and i’m not talking about a massive, strange creatures either.
When you are in the ocean, you’re like the weakest thing there.
I mean you’re on the bottom of food chain like anything could kill you.
Anyway guys, again let me know if you believe these creatures do exist and let me know if you actually see one. Who knows?
Alright, thanks for watching, see you next time.