Ebu Gogo

The Ebu Gogo are a group of human-like creatures that appear in the mythology of Flores, Indonesia. In the Nage language of central Flores, ebu means 'grandmother' and gogo means 'he who eats anything'.

Read more about Ebu Gogo:  Appearance, Appearance in Nage Folklore, Speculated Connection To Homo Floresiensis

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Ebu Gogo - Speculated Connection To Homo Floresiensis
... recently as 13,000 years ago, has inspired more literal interpretations of the Ebu Gogo stories ... floresiensis may be evidence that the folktales of Ebu Gogo and similar creatures such as the Orang Pendek on Sumatra may be rooted in fact ...
Homo Floresiensis - Recent Survival
... floresiensis may have survived longer in other parts of Flores to become the source of the Ebu Gogo stories told among the Nage people of Flores ... The Ebu Gogo are said to have been small, hairy, language-poor cave dwellers on the scale of this species ... with the fossils, reported hearing of the Ebu Gogo a decade before the fossil discovery ...