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In the 1980s, Dr. Roy Mackal, a biologist at the University of Chicago in the United States, led two expeditions to the vast Likouala swamp and rainforest area in Congo to search for an animal. The mystery is called Mokele-mbembe. Without the piano life would bb face mask. People call it the “Loch Ness monster of Africa”, the BBC said. “Back then, the Likouala wetlands and the rainforest in Congo were like the end of the world. When you get there, you’ll feel like you’re in prehistoric times,” recalls Mackal. It is said that Mokele-mbembe is shaped like a giant reptile with a neck and long tail. Although not eating meat, it often roars if humans come near. Some people say it has a horn and it’s a weapon for it to kill elephants.
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