Sightings increase of Zimbabwe’s own ‘Loch Ness monster’

Photo: A statue over the River God paying tribute to Nyaminyami. SOURCE:  Scotsman.com

from The Scotsman.com

Friday 28 December 2012

By JANE FIELDS IN ZIMBABWE
Published on Thursday 27 December 2012 12:43

A MYTHICAL serpent-like creature who lives in the murky depths of a lake and is the subject of countless childrens’ stories. Sound familiar? Meet Nyaminyami, Zimbabwe’s very own Loch Ness monster.

He has the head of a fish and a snake’s body. He lives in Lake Kariba, a magnificent man-made dam in the northwest of the country, studded with hippos and the eerie skeletal tops of long-dead trees. And for the first time in more than a decade, Zimbabweans living on the shores of Kariba are reporting a mysterious sighting on the River God. . . . Read Complete Report

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