posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 03:09 PM
I'm not convinced, never have been. In order for the so-called Mokele-Mbembe to survive to the present, there would have to be a
substantial population of them — at least hundreds and preferably thousands — simply to sustain a vital gene pool.
So, the Congo natives should have stories of whole herds of these things, swarming the lake and surrounding countryside, not just one or
two. Without a rather large population, such creatures would have inbred themselves out of existence tens of millions of years ago.
For the alleged photos to exist of giant sauropods in the Congo, towering above the jungle, the total Mokele-Mbembe population would
have to be large and diverse, spread out over a broad area, with several smaller, separate breeding populations that only occasionally swapped
This cozy little community would have to exist in tranquil isolation for tens of millions of years.
Fact of the matter is, if there were enough of the Mokele-Mbembe specimens left to survive to present-day, you couldn't help but see
them every time a plane flew over the Congo. They simply could not hide from view.
— Doc Velocity