This strange, fish-like creature is said to haunt the murky waters of upstate New York’s legendary mud locks. (more…)
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Biblical accounts state that this creature is without a doubt the largest animal ever to have walked the Earth, but some researchers believe that reports of these animals may serve as genuine eyewitness accounts of the colossal and presumed extinct sauropod known as the brachiosaur.
The Associated Press has reported that a Japanese salmon species thought to be extinct for 70 years is alive and well in a lake near Mount Fuji.
Monga Bay has reported that a nine second video has surfaced claiming to show a living specimen of the long extinct Tasmanian tiger.
The Telegraph UK has reported that researchers at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California, and San Diego Zoo have collaborated to create stem cells from the skin cells of a dead drill monkey, an endangered monkey native to Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria and Cameroon.
West Africa is the reputed home of numerous cryptids, but none perhaps more intriguing than this sail-finned, saurian beast.
The BBC has reported that conservationists from the UK are scouring the Dominican Republic with the hopes of capturing the elusive Solenodon, a strange-looking, poisonous creature that faces growing threats to its survival.
MNN has published an article chronicling 13 species which were once considered to be extinct.
Scientific American recorded that a specimen of this sauropod was allegedly killed and preserved by order of the President of Bolivia in he late 1800s. Since then this colossal dinosaur has been reported in numerous nations throughout the Amazon Basin.
Known as the “overwhelmer of boats,” encounters with these large, leathery beasts have lead many eyewitnesses to speculate that that there may still be a relic population of pterosaurs still living in Eastern Africa
There are many who believe that this notorious “Killer of Elephants” is a modern day version of the famed horned saurian known as the triceratops.