What is the Mongolian Death Worm?

The Mongolian death worm, known natively as Olgoi-khorkhoi, is a creature believed to exist in the Gobi desert in Mongolia. The term “Olgoi-Khorkhoi” is freely translated into the local language to indicate “intestinal worm”, which refers to the color and shape of the creature’s red blood. The creature is described to be between two and five feet long and can generate static electricity and spit corrosive saliva. Researchers and historians have found no concrete evidence to indicate the existence of the creature, and many believe that it is a mythical creature. The natives of the Gobi desert, however, claim to have met the creature even though they cannot provide proof of the encounter. Indigenous communities claim that the worm can kill in terrible ways,

appearance

The worm is said to be about 2 to 5ft long and full bodied. Roy Chapman Andrews first described it in his 1926 publication ” On the trail of ancient man ” Andrews cites the Mongolian prime minister who describes the two-footed, sausage-shaped creature lacking both head and legs.

Habitat and behavior

Those who meet the worm claim to live in the southern or western parts of the Gobi desert. Ivan Mackerle’s publication in 1987 states that he travels underground creating waves on the sand. The native Mongols claim that the worm can kill from a distance by spitting on its prey or lightning it. They also claim that he lives in underground holes and spends much of his life in hibernation and only re-emerges during the wet and rainy season. The Mongols believe that any physical encounter with the worm results in tremendous pain and, in some cases, immediate death.

I’m looking for the death worm

Due to the frightening behavior of the creature and its unique characteristics, several intrepid explorers began expeditions in the Gobi desert with the aim of determining the truth behind the creature’s existence. Armed with modern state-of-the-art equipment, including night vision cameras and motion detection, the researchers spent weeks in the desert hoping to get a movie or photo of the creature. The researchers interviewed community witnesses who claim to know where the creature is but, despite their efforts, no single evidence of its existence has been documented. The researchers were convinced that its existence was merely a legend and that local communities must have encountered a common species of snake.

They compared the Mongolian death worm to the Himalayan Yeti or the North American Bigfoot, which have been reported as sighted, but there is no concrete evidence of their existence. No animal skeletons have been found, although desert environments are known to preserve carcasses better than other environments, adding the belief that its existence is only a legend. The existence of the worm, however, cannot be completely rejected and, to date, more researchers are still visiting the desert hoping to document it. although desert environments are known to preserve carcasses better than other environments, adding the belief that its existence is only a legend. The existence of the worm, however, cannot be completely rejected and, to date, more researchers are still visiting the desert hoping to document it. although desert environments are known to preserve carcasses better than other environments, adding the belief that its existence is only a legend. The existence of the worm, however, cannot be completely rejected and, to date, more researchers are still visiting the desert hoping to document it.

 

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