The Koakun-klun is a mysterious creature that purportedly lives on and near the islands of Cape Verde. If you didn't know, Cape Verde is an island off the coast of Africa.
The animal seems to be semi-aquatic and looks like a mixture of a crocodile and a giant water monitor. Sightings have been reported since ancient times.
The animal is carnivorous and is known to eat children and adults. Like the crocodile it kind of has a death roll, but instead, it will pull you deep under water then start twirling around.
The Koakun-klun needs oxygen and it has lungs. For this reason, they have been known to jump out of the water for breath and to capture it's victims while doing so.
The size of the creature ranges from thirteen feet long to twenty feet. It can get five feet wide and three feet tall laying down. Another name for the animal is the Agenti. It has been reported the animal has a long blue tongue like a snake.
The Agenti has thick claws that get from four inches long to six. They have been known to break caravels in half by torpedoing through the water at speeds of a hundred miles per hour. These creatures are rarely seen and most reported sightings are just of them jumping out of the water, or sliding into the deep blue Atlantic Ocean.
The latest sighting was in the year 1994, when a fisherman of the coast saw it dive into the water trying to eat a vandescass which people believe to be a big seal. The animal didn't catch the vandescass but it jumped up in the air and got a seagull before it then went back into the abyss.