Narrara is a creature of belief said to be having similarity with that of lizards while being said to be found at parts of Australasia.
The word Narrara is said to be coming from the Austronesian language which means both a reptile and a beast.
Narrara is said to be a gigantic reptile with crest down the centre of the back upto the tail and black color. It is said to be having big teeth.
Narrara is reported to be eating roots and birds. It is also said to cry guttural sound.
Narrara is said to be found at riverbanks and caves.
Narrara is believed to be found at some areas of New Zealand and Australia.
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