Nguma-monene is described as being like a large snake except that is has serrated ridge running down all or part of its back. Has a forked tongue like a snake.
Nguma-monene is Lingala which means "large python or boa." Nguma means " python, boa, or snake." Monene means "large or great."
Since Nguma-monene is described being like a snake, it could be an unknown type of large snake, though there are no known snakes with a serrated ridge. The people who have seen it say it is not just an oversized snake. If its not an unknown snake, then other possibilites are that it is an unknown type of lizard or possibly some type of living dinosaur.
Nguma-monene has the same type of features of another animal Mbielu-mbielu-mbielu that is also found in The Republic of Congo. It is possible that these animals are one and the same.
Nguma-monene is described as being like a large snake except that is has serrated ridge running down all or part of its back.
The length of body has been reported to be between 40 to 60 meters (130 to 195 feet).
Has a forked tongue like a snake. Tongue darts in and out like a snake.
Nguma-monene lives in the Dongou-Mataba River region in The People's Republic of the Congo on the continent of Africa. Mataba is a tributary of the Ubangi River. Mataba and its tributaries cover an area of about 250 kilometers (150) miles west by northwest from the village of Dongou located on the Ubangi to about 35 kilometers north of the village of Impfondo.
1961 - Eldest sister of Michel Zabatou (first secretary of the General Assembly) - Morning - Saw animal like a snake that appeared about 15 meters (50 ft.) from her in the river. She screamed and other villagers came to the river. They watched the animal for about 30 minutes.
November 1971 - Pastor Ellis - On the Mataba river near the village of Mataba spotted a large animal about 20 meters (100 feet) in length that was crossing the river from the right bank. The river was about 60 meters (200 feet) wide where Ellis saw the animal.
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