A Papua New Guinea newspaper has reported a second sighting of a three metre high dinosaur.
In March this year, the first sighting of the creature was reported from Tinganavudu, near Kokopo Town in East New Britain.
The Kokopo Mayor, had led a team of armed policemen, youths and reporters in a vain effort to find the beast.
Yesterday, the paper reports, there were rumours of a fresh sighting at Warangoi
The paper says locals describe the dinosaur as having the head of a dog, a tail like a crocodile and being about the size of a 200-litre water tank.
It's not known if there will be a renewed search mounted for the elusive animal.