2020, The Cryptozoologist of the Year, Dr. Marie-Jeanne Koffmann, Lifetime Achievement Award, Christopher L. Murphy, Year in Review
The year of 2020 was awful, we all know that. We lost many.
The discoveries yet to be found in the DNA of the Pangboche “Yeti finger” may remain in the future, thanks to Dr. Sykes.
What a year. Now take a look at the romantic zoology books that helped us escape the reality of 2020.
Corben inked Swamp Thing comics (#7 and #8), which had the character “Coleman Wadsworth” in it.
In 2003, Miller said he a glimpse of the elusive creature while scouting regions high above Twenty Mile Bay on Harrison Lake.
Finding the next new species of coelacanth may involve conducting detective work, ethnographically, in West African art.
Enjoy the Quest!
Crypto-Man, Scott Marlowe’s alter-ego, has left the stage.
In July of 1983, off the coast of New Ireland, anthropologist Roy Wagner and colleague Richard Greenwell had a close encounter with a ri.