Mamlambo For Paranoia by Z-studio Picture

Mamlambo is a deity in South African and Zulu mythology, the "goddess of rivers", described as a large snake-like creature.
The myth of the Mamlambo has become of interest to cryptozoologists in 1997, when some South African newspapers (including Johannesburg's The Star and Cape Town's Cape Argus) reported on purported sightings of a "giant reptile" monster in the Mzintlava River near Mount Ayliff in South Africa. It was also reported that the monster had killed at least 9 people. Villagers of the area claimed that the monster was 20 meters (67 feet) long, had the torso of a horse, the lower body of a fish, short legs, and the neck of a snake,[2] and that it shined with a green light at night.
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