My tradition of penning year-end lists of such news stories began at the turn of the century. Here is my list of lists.
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Let’s review some of the top coelacanth stories of the year.
I have to agree with Jerry Clark, who said to me, “This old earth seems a little smaller without Roy’s presence in it.”
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With the recent unheralded death of Roy P. Mackal, I’m reminded of the passing of other Mokele-mbembe researchers.
Some books on Bigfoot and other cryptids were surprises this year, as well as one special one about a cryptozoologist.
Merchant is a International Cryptozoology Museum visitor and contributor.
Here’s the year-end review.
Marc Van Roosmalen has been gathering evidence of a pygmy tapir for decades.
This is the first new tapir discovered since 1865 and the largest terrestrial mammal discovered since the saola in 1992!