Biblical accounts state that this creature is without a doubt the largest animal ever to have walked the Earth, but some researchers believe that reports of these animals may serve as genuine eyewitness accounts of the colossal and presumed extinct sauropod known as the brachiosaur.
During the mid-1960s a boy and his family were repeatedly harassed by a pair of colossal, albino creatures that can only be described as giant, prehistoric monsters.
Hailing primarily from the Likouala swamp region of the Central Africa, these gargantuan creatures are far and away the most famous of all the “living dinosaurs,” which have allegedly survived into the modern era.
These gigantic, carnivorous invertebrates, thrived in the low-lying coastal swamps of ancient America and have been associated with everything from European Dragons to the infamous Loch Ness Monster.
West Africa is the reputed home of numerous cryptids, but none perhaps more intriguing than this sail-finned, saurian beast.
This unique species of reptile is said to resemble a gigantic, 50-foot crocodile at a distance… but there are some investigators who believe that this animal may be a living example of the extinct aquatic predator known as the mosasaurs.
This bipedal, semi-aquatic carnivore has terrorized villages around Papua New Guinea’s Lake Murray since 1999, and has been compared to the notorious Cretaceous era predator known as the Tyrannosaurus-rex.
This bizarre, armor plated, club tailed creature is said to dwell deep within the virtually impenetrable jungles of Western Africa… and there are some who believe that it is a 21st century example of a living, breathing dinosaur!
Scientific American recorded that a specimen of this sauropod was allegedly killed and preserved by order of the President of Bolivia in he late 1800s. Since then this colossal dinosaur has been reported in numerous nations throughout the Amazon Basin.
Known as the “overwhelmer of boats,” encounters with these large, leathery beasts have lead many eyewitnesses to speculate that that there may still be a relic population of pterosaurs still living in Eastern Africa
There are many who believe that this notorious “Killer of Elephants” is a modern day version of the famed horned saurian known as the triceratops.