How could a television program “prove” the existence of a cryptid, anyway?
“I know of no other Vietnamese natural scientist who has garnered such esteem for his efforts for a better World.” ~ Vern Weitzel
Clark maintained a passionate interest in discoveries of new species of fish for most of her life.
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.
Some good titles are coming for 2015.
During this last year, one individual stands out in cryptozoology for his work in pushing forward serious, thoughtful, analytic work on one specific piece of evidence.
As with my past “top book lists” on cryptozoology, all of these books are strictly nonfiction adult books.
Sykes Team Error: Yeti DNA Matches Modern Polar Bear; BBC Compounds Error, Says It Was Himalayan Bear
The conclusion that these Himalayan Yeti samples were certainly not from a hitherto unknown primate is unaffected, noted the Melton-Sartori-Sykes reply.
The conference has been delayed due to the Ebola scare.