Bu-Rin : Giant Snake of Southeast Asia.

Physical description:

Length, 40–50 feet. ( 12 -15 meters )


Aquatic. Aggressive. Attacks swimmers and small boats.


Near Putao, Myanmar.


  • Alan Rabinowitz, Beyond the Last Village: A Journey of Discovery in Asia’s Forbidden Wilderness (Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2001), p. 116.


Mysterious Creatures – A Guide to Cryptozoology written by George M. Eberhart – Copyright © 2002 by George M. Eberhart

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