Well-known, world-renowned genetic scientists will be working with this project.
Cryptozoologists might wish to review Farely Mowat’s books for hidden ethnoknown cryptid gems.
The makeup artists will create their designs inspired by cryptids.
The ultimate cryptoelfie, of course, is to take a photo of yourself with an actual cryptid in the field.
If you want to read a great essay, please take the time to digest this one.
As I move forward in this new adventure, I wish to see the CryptoZooNews blog take on reasonable conversations fully developed and registered. Shall we begin? This era’s emails, tweets, and social media discussions are often shared for quick impact and smartly short quips. Nothing wrong with that. But my hope for this new platform calls for unfolding time to think aloud about many sides of an issue. One topic that has concerned me is this fantasy that there is a major disagreement between myself and the broader concept developed by the Center for Fortean Zoology’s director Jon Downes, [...]
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Was Illinois invaded by monsters in 1970? Or did I just begin writing about them?
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Dr. Karl Shuker announces the new publication.
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The history on these phrases are not as elusive as the cryptids they denote. Images.