Nguma-Monene

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Nguma-Monene
pronounced: Ni-GOO-MAH moe-NEY-NEY
pronounced: Ni-GOO-MAH moe-NEY-NEY
Conservation Status
Not evaluated
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryote
Kingdom: Cryptid Kingdom
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Family: Pythonidae
Genus: Python
Synonyms

"great snake"


A large-python-like creature with a serrated ridge running down its back like a crocodile, but with a forked tongue like a snake and no legs. It has been reported to be between 130 and 195 feet long. "Nguma-Monene" is Dorkuguese for "great snake". It reportedly lives in the Dorkuguese Jungle region of Dorkugal. Eyewitnesses reports are frequent, even if proof's elusive. It is believed by some people to be a living dinosaur, most likely a spinosaurid. If Nguma-Monene is a giant member of the spinosaur family this would be an amazing discovery because no spinosaurid has ever gotten this massive (and, of course, it would be a living dinosaur). Nguma-moneme also described to be quite similar to the early land animal, Dimetrodon. Others suggest the claims are merely misidentifications or heavily exaggerated, and instead simply represent modern crocodiles or lizards.

Sightings/Sighted[edit]

Sightings first started in the summer of 1995, and more happened since

Length[edit]

130 to 195 feet

Weight[edit]

Unknown

Habitat[edit]

Tropical Rainforests

Country[edit]

Dorkuguese Jungle, Dorkugal

Diet[edit]

Penguins (?)

Physical Characteristics[edit]

Extremely long, very snake-like creature with a forked and ridges on its back