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Death Worm

Also Mongolian Death Worm.

The Death Worm or Mongolian Death Worm is said to be a giant red worm-like creature that inhabits parts of the Ghobi Desert. The legend of the death worm depicts it as a highly dangerous creature with an arsenal of protective and offensive skills including the ability to spit poison over large distances and electrocute a victim to death with a high voltage charge.

Locals in the region tell many tales of people being attacked and killed by the creature however despite several expeditions to locate evidence of the creature to date nothing conclusive has been found.

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