Other names: Kubê-rop, pelobo
Country reported: Brazil

The pé de garrafa (Spanish: "bottle foot"[1]) is a cryptid primate reported from the Brazilian Amazon. It is described as a 5-foot humanlike ape with long hair, black skin, a white navel, a horn on its forehead, large hands and no feet. It is said to leave tracks similar to those made by pressing the base of a bottle into the ground. The tracks are regularly spaced, exactly aligned, and avoid obstacles. It is also said to stare intently, as if to hypnotise, and to roar loudly.[1][2]

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Eberhart, George (2002) Mysterious Creatures: A Guide to Cryptozoology
  2. Heuvelmans, Bernard (1955) On the Track of Unknown Animals