Amali is a dinosaur-like animal, reported from lakes of Gabon, similar to the Mokele-Mbembe. It's a amphibious creature with three claws, footprints the size of frying pans. The adventurer Trader Horn allegedly discovered a cave painting of an Amali, chiseled it out, and sent it as a gift to the U.S president, Ulysses S. Grant. If true, this incident most likely occurred in the early 1880s, after Grant left office.

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