The Ah-Een-Meelow is a sea serpent, reported from Ramat Bay, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea. It is 50 feet long and has a head like a python’s. Its neck is 10–15 feet long and 2 feet thick. It has four gray-green or blue body loops, 10 feet apart. It has a frill on the back and a vertical, segmented tail, 2 feet long. It moves with vertical undulations. It is seen close to the coast.

Could this be a living Sea Dragon or some kind of highly evolved Marine reptile from the age of the dinosaurs? Or just a misidentified pod of Whales? It's all up for debate.