Today the Chinese government has been found guilty of covering up the deaths of nearly three quarters of a million people caused by rampant pollution.
Filthy air and sludgy brown polluted water take on the form of giant lizards at night and bubble up from China's rivers, roaming the provinces looking for victims.
Over 750,000 people every year in China are found dead with tell-tale brown slime footprints leading away from the bodies and back into the nearest slime filled, bubbling sulphur fumed river.
Risking her own life, environmentalist Wei Dongying took us down the Qiantang River in a tiny fishing boat at night. Her voice breaking through the silent stench "There it is," she breathed nervously, pointing to a frothy, bubbling, stinking mess of industrial sewage breaking to the surface. Suddenly a scaly head broke the surface and huge teeth dripping with slime shot towards us. We paddled for our lives.
A sobbing Wei later told us that she hadn't eaten fish in over a year, "Godzirra, he eat all fish, we get just lice flom fields now."
The Chinese government has pledged to ship in a giant ape to combat the growing giant lizard problem.