Ngoloko is an giant hominid or spirit, reported from forests and mangrove swamps of East Africa (Kenya, near the coast from Mombasa to the Tana River; Mount Kilimanjaro, Kenya; Lake Baringo, Kenya; possibly the Yaida Valley, Tanzania.). Height, 8 feet. Covered in thick, gray hair. Dark skin. Receding forehead. Face is hairless. Huge ears like an elephant’s. Prominent nose. Small mouth. Big teeth. Long head-hair. Individual hairs on upper torso are about 3 feet long. Only a thumb and one finger on the hand. Thumb has a claw 2.5 inches long. One prehensile big toe and three small toes. Bipedal. Bad odor. Eats honey. Drinks blood and buffalo milk. Tracks: Stride, from 18 inches while walking to 8 feet while running. Tracks on Mount Kilimanjaro are said to be three-toed. In the nineteenth century, Heri Wa Mabruko claimed to have seen an 8-foot, apelike creature that had been shot with a bow and arrow by an Mboni tribesman near Witu, Kenya.