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Kongamato "breaker of boats" is a reported pterodactyl-like creature said to have been seen by natives and explorers in the Mwinilunga district's Jiundu swamps of Western Zambia, Angola and Congo. Suggested identities include a modern-day Rhamphorhynchus pterosaurs lived in the area of Africa where Kongamato has been sighted , a misidentified bird such as the very large and peculiar Saddle-billed Stork , or a giant bat. No photos or footage have been taken, leaving most of the stories to rely on large wounds and eyewitness accounts.
Frank Melland, in his book In Witchbound Africa, describes it as living along certain rivers, and very dangerous, often attacking small boats, and anybody who disturbed the creature.
It is typically described as either red or black in color, with a wingspan of 4 to 7 feet. Members of the local Kaonde tribe identified it as similar to a pterodactyl after being shown a picture from Melland's book collection.
In an engineer, J. It was about p. He observed that they looked prehistoric. It reportedly had a long thin tail, and a narrow head which he likened to an elongated snout of a dog. Out of many testament of having witnessed Kongamato, this claim remains as the only claim of having seen possibly more than one Kongamato.
The following year, at a hospital at Fort Rosebery, a patient came in with a severe wound in his chest, claiming that a large bird-like creature had attacked him in the Bangweulu swamps. When asked to draw the creature, he allegedly drew a creature resembling a pterosaur. This drawing does not appear to have survived to the present. It is curious to note that the area concerned is advertised as a prime birdwatching site, but this large, flying animal seems not to have been reported by any visiting birdwatchers.