Articles on Cryptozoology – the study of creatures whose existence has not been substantiated
The Bergman's Bear (Ursus arctos piscator) is an alleged and probably extinct subspecies of the Brown Bear that lived in the Kamchatka Peninsula.
The Batutut or Ujit is a proposed hominid Cryptid thought to inhabit the Vu Quang nature reserve and other wilderness areas of Vietnam and Laos
The Ayia Napa Sea Monster is a cryptid, claimed to inhabit the coast off of Ayia Napa in Cyprus, a popular tourist resort in the Mediterranean.
The Anatolian leopard (Panthera pardus tulliana) was once described as a distinct subspecies of leopard native to Anatolia (Asia Minor), Turkey.
The Andean Wolf, or Hagenbeck's Wolf (Dasycyon hagenbecki) is a mysterious canid from the Andes.
"Ameranthropoides loysi" (otherwise known as de Loys' Ape) is the unofficial name for a large primate supposedly encountered by François De Loys in South America.
The Altamaha-ha is an aquatic cryptid reported from the myriad network of small streams and abandoned rice fields near the mouth of the Altamaha River
The Almas, Mongolian for 'wild man', is a cryptozoological species of presumed hominid
The ahool is a flying cryptid, supposedly a giant bat, or by other accounts
The Adjule is a cryptid often seen in the North African region
Woolly cheetahs were reported in the 19th century as a separate species of cheetah that had longer, denser fur.
Genetic differentiation in the soil-feeding termite Cubitermes sp. affinis subarquatus: occurrence of cryptic species revealed by nuclear and mitochondrial markers
Soil-feeding termites are particularly interesting models for studying the effects of fragmentation, a natural or anthropic phenomenon described as promoting genetic differentiation.
The authors studied variation in 71 fig-pollinating wasps from across the large geographic range of Ficus rubiginosa in Australia.
Cryptic species are two or more distinct but morphologically similar species that were classified as a single species.
A seriously weird, some have even said scary rumour has popped up, claiming giant man-eating badgers have been released by British troops in the port city or Basra
The infamous big cats of Buckinghamshire and Bexleyheath have been spotted again this summer.
Less than a month after the Baiji (Yangtze River dolphin) was declared “technically” extinct, a new sighting promises hope for one of the worlds most endangered species.
The evidence of creatures whose existence is uncertain is studied by cryptozoology, a science researching presumable proof of animals considered extinct or out of this world
More than a film or the 12 foot tall, stainless steel sculpture on display in downtown Point Pleasant in West Virginia, Mothman is a strange creature seen in the United States between November 1966 and November 1967
The Chupacabra is one of the most recent creatures of cryptozoology, first seen during the early 1990s in Puerto Rico.
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