The Mongolian Death Worm is a cryptid dwelling in the Mongolian desert. It is called the "Ollghoi khorkhoi", which means "intestine worm", by natives to this region.

Appearance & Description Edit

The Mongolian Death Worm is a 2.5- to 5-meter long, bloated, worm-like creature. It sometimes has spines or jaws on both ends. There is no distinction between head and tail. Natives insist these creatures live underground and only surface in the summer. They kill their prey in multiple ways, and these include:

  • Hacking acid on their victims
  • Electrocuting their victims

Theories/Explanations Edit

In addition to hoaxes, the basic theory explaining this creature is a new, large species of worm or snake.

The Mongolian Death Worm in Popular Culture Edit

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