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Saturday 10 May 2014


Last December two persons in Indonesia encountered an unknown animal, perhaps entirely unknown to science.

The animal had a mane and claws reminiscent of those of a wolverine.  When peacefully attending his pepper garden, Aris Kuna (75) encountered the creature.  Some days later the same creature attacked a plantation worker.  It first made a sound like a hen's cluck, then one like a wild boar, then rose upon its hind legs to attack, but the plantation worker slew it with a sickle.

Louis Nyaoi (62) said he had never seen the creature's like in all his years in the jungle.

The source of this information comes from the Borneo Times, on whose website you can see a photograph of the beast.

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