Unknown to science 11-foot creature eats elephants!

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Baku, April 24 (AZERTAC). According to the stories of hunters, each individual has an elongated body of a gray-brown color and a long neck.

The monster supposedly living in the waters of Loch Ness, may overshadow the other tourists in the eyes of a mysterious creature - something dubbed the African hunters Mokele-mbebe. They argue that in the jungle have repeatedly seen an animal that is similar to the way we think about dinosaurs. And not one but a whole brood.

Mokele-mbebe elongated body has a gray-brown color and a long flexible neck, his height - about 11 meters. It dwells in the jungle, near the caves on the banks of the River Congo. Based on the found bones in the area and other evidence, like dinosaurs eating creatures elephants, crocodiles and hippos, reports FOX News.

American researchers are ready to go on an expedition into the African jungle to check rumors of local residents about the existence of Mokele-mbebe. Start of the expedition to locate and study the possible trace relatives of dinosaurs is scheduled for June this year.

One of the organizers of the expedition, Stephen Makkulla emphasizes that the purpose of travel to remote African jungle - that documents the existence of an unknown representatives of flora and fauna. "We have received reports of eyewitnesses that the region has seen spiders the size of a large dog and dinosaurs. In his first expedition, we may not meet the very Mokele-mbebe, but we believe that three months can find significant traces of its habitat in this the region "- said Makkulla.

"Right now, we think, what equipment to use for catching large animals in their expedition. Let`s take a rifle loaded with tranquilizer, but it remains a controversial issue - whether to use a tool to combat such an animal as Mokele-mbebe" - Makkulla said.


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