MONGOLIAN DEATH WORM
Locally known as ALLGHOI KHORKHOI, the mongolian death worm, it is said to be bright red snakelike animal two to four feet long and sprays it's victims with venom or acid. which could kill a man or even a camel. Allghoi khorkhoi means "intestine worm", also known as the Mongolian death worm
No Westerners have ever seen it, but locals and nomads fear it. The mear mention of it's name is bad luck. There are many stories of the worm killing people, but this has yet to be proved.
The worm was popularized by Czech author author Ivan Mackerle, who learned about the creature from a female student from Mongolia. After Communism collapsed in Mongolia in 1990, he mounted an expedition to the country's desert wastes to hunt for the worm. Except a few testimonies from locals, he did not bring back any evidence.
Gobi desert, Mongolia