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This is another African Congo cryptid, a creature resembling a monoclonius whose name means "killer of elephants." This holds with its behavior, as it supposedly uses its one long horn to gore and kill elephants, its favored prey. This is highly unusual if it is true, since the ceratopsians that this beast resembles were all herbivores. Emela-Ntouka is also known for posessing a large, powerful tail that dragged on the ground behind it. Like Mokele-Mbembe, it is a lake-dwelling beast that is the size of an elephant. Some depictions of it show large, drooping ears, but these may in fact be a native interpretation of a ceratopsian's frill. Emela-Ntouka may be related to Ngoubou, another ceratopsian cryptid. However, this creature may not be a ceratopsian at all. Loren Coleman believes it may be a new, semi-aquatic species of rhinoceros.
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