The new logo of the ICS harkens back to a favored animal of cryptozoology, but this specific model individual has a special history.
The midpoint of the first decade of the 21st Century marked a calm time for a few events in cryptozoology.
The three-day event is a serious, scientific cryptozoology conference being held near the site of the 1896 “Giant Octopus” beaching.
The conference has been delayed due to the Ebola scare.
Marine biologists said the beaked whale was a “very cryptic species.”
Well-known, world-renowned genetic scientists will be working with this project.
The Insect Museum of West China went on an expedition and found a giant new species.
These turtles do not move from river to river; they’re isolated and have been for millions of years, through many glacial ages.
Now it is onward to search for other rare replicas of extinct mammals representing ethnoknown cryptids for the museum.
My tradition of penning year-end lists of such news stories began at the turn of the century. Here is my list of lists.