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Sipatahunan Cave Horse Serpent
Ular kuda gua Sipatahunan4
Type Dragon or living dinosaur
First Sighting Unkown
Last Sighting 2014 ?
Country Indonesia
Habitat Cave
Possible Population Small

The Sipatahunan Cave Horse Serpent, also known by its local name ular kuda gua Sipatahunan, is a dragon-like cryptid from Bogor, Indonesia. It is a four-limbed creature with a head shaped like that of a horse. The creature resides in a subterranean lair named Sipatahunan Cave, located in the westernmost part of Bogor.


Not much is known about the physical appearance of this creature, records of its existence only coming from the locals. It has 4 limbs, but no wings; this is what differentiates it from the Mount Kancing dragon. Its horse-shaped head is common to many dragon descriptions found in other parts of the world.


Jejak-Jejak Misterius (Misterious Tracks) team did an expedition to the cave back in 2014. Apparently the cave is about 3 meters high and wide. The length of the cave is estimated to be around 600 meters (note that the team did not reach the end of the cave). Sipatahunan cave is dangerous place, it will flood when rain comes. It also has a stream of water source flowing inside. The team failed to find concrete evidence of the creature, but the team did hear strange noises and noise of something walking away from the team. The team tried to chase the noise, apparently leading to the entrance. In the entrance, the team found some fresh, wet tracks of an animal. It is concluded that whatever make the noise and tracks, it must have gone, away from the cave.


  • Because of the scarcity of evidence, it’s hard to conclude what type of creature this thing is. If accounts of locals were true, it might be real, living 4-limbed terrestrial dragon.
  • This creature might be a kind of water monitor, owing the condition of the cave.
  • The reptilian appearance and horse-like head might indicate it’s a living dinosaur-type cryptid. Dinosaur with horse-like head is usually a member of ornithischia order, for example Heterodontosaurus, Iguanodon, and Camptosaurus.


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