Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 22nd, 2015
He is called Wawa Grande by the indigenous people living in the Cajas Mountains west of Cuenca. He was called the Monstruo de las Cajas in a 1997 German magazine article.
He can also be called the monster that won’t go away, despite the best efforts of Ecuador’s national park service and a number of scientists.
A Quito television station reported three weeks ago that two British hikers and their tour guide spotted the elusive creature in Cajas National Park during a three-day trek. The trio claimed to have observed the over-sized humanoid animal for several minutes in a remote area of the park in early April.