The Dingonek is a creature is said to live in Africa. In 1907 Jonh Alfred Jordan is said to have killed one in the Maggori River, Kenya. He said it was 18 feet long, reptilian claws, covered in scales, a spotted back, a long tail, and a big head with waluse like tuse growing out of it. The natives say it has a scorpian-like tail, and will kill any hippotomuces, crocodiles, or humans in its territory. Brackfontein Ridge, South Africa, shows a cave oainting of an animal that fits the description. The Dingnek may be a Ceratopsian.