Caveat lector: These are strictly nonfiction adult books.
Top Ten Lists
This year’s books about #cryptids, #newspecies, #cryptozoology and #cryptozoologists were hard to find, but when discovered, much appreciated by students and scholars of the field. Cover images.
Following in the tradition of our past “top ten” overviews, here is 2011′s list. Images.
Here’s a roundup of the notable notables. Images.
The Year of 2010 may be remembered, in popular culture, cryptozoologically, for its series of stories of such cryptids as a blond Bigfoot named Knobby, on misidentifications of common animals, of announcements of a few remarkable discoveries, and about groundbreaking new concepts on tribal Sasquatch and extraordinary True Giants. Images.
It is that time of year when we gather our notes on the ones we were sorry to see exit the field of cryptid studies.
Herewith, the best works on cryptids, monsters, and creatures that were published in 2010 are assembled here for your use and interest. Plus get some sneak peeks at 2011. Images.
This is an ongoing updated master list, which specifically contains information of interest to cryptozoology. It shall be added to frequently. Blooper images.
Between horses and Earth, you’ll find cryptozoology! Map.