One thought from discoveries revealed in 2016…
International Cryptozoology Museum
Following in the tradition of past years’ overviews, here is this year’s highlights in Coelacanth news.
Here is a quick overview of the top areas of the high and low points of cryptozoology for the last year.
The Cryptozoologist of the Year 2016 is an individual who has dedicated his life to chronicling the scientific stories of cryptids and new animal discoveries.
The International Cryptozoology Museum has offered our full services of identification to the Westbrook Police Department.
Interesting that 2016′s Wessie is reported to be 10 feet long, as were the two snakes seen in Maine in 1878 and 1895.
Here’s what’s presently known for 2016.
Just-Published Minnesota Iceman Book Reveals New Mystery Owner Facts, Historical Realities, and Cryptozoological Conflicts
Bernard Heuvelmans’ newly translated book, with Loren Coleman’s afterword, holds many surprises for readers.
We are excited to spell out some of the new additions to the benefits of membership.
The new logo of the ICS harkens back to a favored animal of cryptozoology, but this specific model individual has a special history.