Unknown PRIMATE of South America. Etymology: Spanish, "bottle foot."
Variant names: Kubé-rop, Pelobo.
Physical description: Human-looking. Height, 5 feet. Black skin. Long head-hair. Horn in the forehead. White navel. Large hands. No feet.
Behavior: Stares intently, as if to hypnotize. Roars loudly.
Tracks: Resembles the print made by sticking the bottom of a bottle in the ground. Trail regularly spaced and exactly aligned. The footprints avoid obstacles.
Distribution: Paraná State, Brazil; also said to be in Amazonas, Mato Grosso, Goiás, Acre, and Rondonia States, Brazil.
Sources: Rui Prado Mendon^a Jr., "Pé de Garrafa," Ca,(¡a e Pesca, December 1954; Bernard Heuvelmans, On the Track ofUnknown Animals (New York: Hill and Wang, 1958), pp. 323327; Pé-de-garrafa, http://www.brasilfolclore. hpg.ig.com.br/pedegarrafa.htm.
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