A mysterious species of lambo-truck has been found in the Philippine island of Mindanao.
The lambo is a small-to-medium sized bird that feeds on fruit and leaves, according to the Department of Tourism and Antiquities.
The creature is thought to be between one and four meters tall and has a long beak and a wide, thin neck.
A similar species, known as the cajamet or lambo, has been spotted in Malaysia, Malaysia’s national tourism agency said.
Both species have distinctive markings on their heads, foreheads, and feet.
Both lambo species can be found in both the Philippines and Malaysia, but they are not considered related.
The discovery was made by two divers in the city of San Antonio on May 1, 2017, according the Tourism and National Heritage Department.
According to the department, the lambo has an elongated body and a small tail with an erect, round, pointed tip.
Its wingspan is about 15 centimeters, making it a relatively agile animal.
According the National Geographic, this creature was originally a pet of the village of Baguio.
The two divers who discovered the lombos, Miguel and Jair Bolio, had previously spotted and photographed a similar species of bird in Malaysia.
The Bolio brothers were able to capture video of the creature while they were on a boat trip around the island of Taman in August 2017.
According a statement from the Tourism Department, the divers found a lambo in the vicinity of the beach on the island’s west coast, which they named La Malambo.
The animal is said to be around two meters long, but its exact size has not been confirmed.
However, it has a distinctive “lambo” stamp on its tail.
The department said that while the Bolio’s video footage shows the creature’s appearance, the footage shows only the tips of its legs.
However it is unknown if the creatures body is the same as that of the Bolioes or not.
“The Boliols have a number of other records and photographs of this lambo creature in their collections,” the department said in a statement.
“These are all of the more than 200 photographs, documents, or other objects that the Bolios have in their collection and we hope to continue to provide the Bolis with additional information on this unique lambo and related species as it becomes available.”