The Washington Post has reported that scientists at the Smithsonian say they have discovered a new animal which looks like a cross between a house cat and a teddy bear and is found in the forests of Columbia and Ecuador. (more…)
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Discovery News has reported that while a bustling airport would hardly seem the place to find a new species of reclusive animal, a team of California biologists recently found a shy new species of legless lizard living at the end of a runway at Los Angeles International Airport. (more…)
Wired Science has reported that three new bat species, including one that allegedly resembles the Lord of the Underworld, have been discovered in the tropical forests of southern Indochina. (more…)
National Geographic has published news that comes as no surprise to cryptozoologists and monster enthusiasts worldwide, and that is the fact that even after centuries of effort, some 86 percent of Earth’s species have yet to be fully described.
These vicious, marsupial-like primates have reportedly attacked humans across North America since 1934.
Fox News and National Geographic and Discover have reported that U.S. and Filipino scientists have announced the discovery a new species, which they have dubbed the “squidworm.”
Wild Madagascar has reported that researchers have identified a previously unknown species of carnivore lurking in one of the world’s most endangered lakes.
Orange News has reported that an angler had the shock of a lifetime when he was bitten by a mystery fish with uncannily human-looking teeth.
The BBC has reported that a mystery animal with a long snout has been photographed in Africa.
MNN has published an article chronicling 13 species which were once considered to be extinct.
The Daily Mail has reported that a new species of moth has been discovered by an amateur naturalist who spotted its caterpillar digging through an oak leaf in Devon woodland, England.
Yahoo News has reported that according to scientists an eccentric bunch of species have recently come out of hiding in the rainforests of Borneo, including the world’s longest known stick insect, a slug that shoots “love darts,” and a color-changing frog.