Mokele mbembe expedition sets out
A group of American explorers have arrived in the Congo as they begin there search for Mokele-mbembe. The team is setting out in an attempt to prove if the modern day dinosaur believed to inhabit the jungles and rivers of the Congo in Africa is fact or fiction. The creature also known as the African Loch Ness Monster has a long list of reports and sightings by locals.
Biologist Stephen McCullah is leading the expedition along with researchers Joe Marrero and Sam Newton are set to begin there expedition this month. Group spokesman Marrero said they plan to be in the jungle searching for Mokele-mbembe and other new species for 3 months. Recent government studies show that over 80 percent of the Congo still remains unexplored.
Will this finally be the expedition that turns up evidence of the mythical creature or maybe Mokele himself. We will update you on the progress of the Mokele mbembe expedition as new information becomes available.
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