Giganto

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Giganto

  1. A giant monster, such as a hypothetical late descendent of Gigantopithecus.
    • 1989, (author and title information kept confidential by Google Books and the University of Michigan), Discover, January–June, volume 10
      they are attempting to flesh out this conjectural confrontation between Homo erectus and Giganto, as the creature is affectionately known
    • 1995, Robert Michael Pyle, Where Bigfoot Walks, Crossing the Dark Divide, Houghton Mifflin Books, →ISBN and →ISBN, page 185
      describe their search for fossils in Vietnam and their belief that Giganto (as they call it) cohabited with early man.
    • 2000, Lee Murphy and Mariana Malkoskie, Where Legends Roam, Defining Moments, →ISBN and →ISBN, page 160
      When the Giganto dragged him off the tree, he lay on the ground looking up at the monstrous ape as it roared.
    • 2003 July 13, Ron Weiner, “Spanish Fry”, Futurama, FOX Television Network
      Lrrr: You're going to kill this innocent Giganto?

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