A new Indonesian Coelacanth (Latimeria menadoensis) was discovered in 2018.
Noted coelacanth scholar and biliographist Rik Nulens’ annual list.
The science of cryptozoology must evolve in the 21st century, to take into account new technologies that encompasses DNA studies.
The September 3, 2017 event will be a scientific and popular culture gathering that is five-minutes from the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine.
One thought from discoveries revealed in 2016…
Following in the tradition of past years’ overviews, here is this year’s highlights in Coelacanth news.
The new logo of the ICS harkens back to a favored animal of cryptozoology, but this specific model individual has a special history.
Also, on Obscura Day, Saturday, May 31, 2015, the Museum will be one of the 80 sites worldwide tied into the day’s celebrations.
The three-day event is a serious, scientific cryptozoology conference being held near the site of the 1896 “Giant Octopus” beaching.
These titles are highly anticipated.