- Other names: Dinosaur turtle, ndendeki
- Country reported: Republic of the Congo
The ndendecki is a cryptid giant turtle reported from the Likouala aux Herbes River in the Republic of the Congo. Its rounded shell is 12 to 15 feet in diameter, it is aquatic, and it feeds on organic matter. Roy P. Mackal believed it could be an older, outsized specimen of an African softshell turtle (Trionyx triunguis), a theory with which Karl Shuker concurs.