Dingonek

According to Bernard Heuvelmans, the Dingonek is something of a hodge-podge of a saber-toothed tiger with some sort of armor-like hide and as big as a hippopotamus, and was seen near the Mara River or Ngare Dubash which runs into Lake Victoria.

Bronson described it as "fourteen or fifteen feet long, head big as that of a lioness but shaped and marked like a leopard, two long white fangs sticking down straight out of his upper jaw, back broad as a hippo, scaled like an armadillo, but colored and marked like a leopard, and a broad fin tail".1


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The Dingonek by Edgar Beecher Bronson

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