The M'kuoo M'bemboo is a dinosaur or reptilian creature found in west Cameroon, in Africa.
Reported only once, it is apparently known to the local peoples, who named it. Despite the similar-sounding names, this is not just another local name for the Mokele Mbembe. The creatures are drastically different.
The herbivorous creature is beyond massive, with a head alone that is described as the size of a full grown hippopotamus. It has a 'gurgling' roar, is described as shiny black. The head is compared to that of a seal, but 'flattened from above to below'. It appears to be at least semi-aquatic, as the one report described it exiting an aquatic cave and lunging out of the water.
Supposedly, it attacks hippos; however, it does not eat them. This would explain why no hippos live in the region.
It could be possible that a Herbivorous species of Marine reptile or mammal found itself with in the African Cameroon or more likely a seal or even a large Crocodile. It can also possibly yet unlikely be an extinct Pyrotherium or Moeritherium that somehow survived for 66 million years or shorter in Cameroon.