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Copyright Info Kongamatos are large pterosaur -like cryptid living in semitropical regions of Africa, particularly in Zambia, the Congo, and Angola. It resembles a pastiche of folkloric flying monsters. Its name means 'breaker of boats' or 'overturner of boats', as the kongamatos are said to have capsized the canoes of natives and attacked people who ventured too close to the nearby rivers. It is described as a reddish lizard with membranous wings and teeth in its beak. Its wingspan ranges from 4 to feet across. When shown a picture of a pterosaur, natives said that it was a picture of a kongamato.
The accounts told of these creatures are similar to the ones that describe the ropen of Papua New Guinea, as well as with several other creatures. There are several historic reports of European explorers being attacked by large winged creatures, and quite often people were reported to have received wounds from the kongamatos. It is thought to eat mostly fish, but occasionally humans. Kongamato is also said to dig graves and steal human corpses, because in Africa the burial usually not too deep.
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