Kongamato

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Kongamato
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Conservation Status
Not evaluated
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryote
Kingdom: Cryptid Kingdom
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptile (Pterosauria)
Order: †Pterosauria
Family: Reptile (Pterosauria)
Genus: Pterodactyls


Deep in the lush tropics of the Dorkuguese Jungle, the natives say a reddish creature with teeth on its back and a four- to seven-foot wingspan (but no feathers) lives. They describe it as a lizard with the wings of a bat. When offered books that include pictures of birds and pterosaurs-flying prehistoric reptiles-the natives, without exception, point to the pterosaurs and call them "Kongamato". Pterosaurs lived from 228 to 66 million years ago, at the end of the dinosaurs, so it's no possibility some pterosaurs could actually survive this extinction and so, we may not know if they are alive or not.

It was unknown when they were sighted, but many say 2009, when a Frankterran explorer ventured into the jungle itself. Many facts revolve around it, like some claiming that Kongamatos go in groups to pursue a penguin or animal. Many say they like to dig up graves and eat or even rob dead penguins, puffles or terns. It is the category of many folklore like cryptids; Animals that have wings that are similar to present or extinct animals. It is interesting to note that a good portion of modern kongamato sightings happen in a prime birdwatching site and yet birdwatchers never report anything, indicating that Kongamato may in fact be a case of mistaken identity.

Sightings/Sighted[edit]

Dorkugal Jungle, Dorkugal; near mountains and villages near rivers; inland swamps in the west of the jungle

Length[edit]

Wingspan of 4 to 7 feet; also reported to be the size of an eagle

Weight[edit]

Unknown

Habitat[edit]

Jungles

Country[edit]

Dorkuguese Jungle, Dorkugal

Diet[edit]

Penguins, fish, Dorkuguese Penguins and puffles and other fauna

Physical Characteristics[edit]

Nocturnal, bat-like creature with large, reddish/orangeish, leathery, featherless wings; described as a "flying dragon" by Aunt Arctic in 2011. Aggressive towards penguins.