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A collection of images of animals which fall outside the contemporary zoological classificationCryptozoology "The study of hidden animals" consists of mysterious animals more often known as "Cryptids." Typically classified as "Pseudoscience," this field of research often focuses on local, urban and folkloric sources. It also often includes sightings of travelers, explorers or natives passed through word of mouth, journals or literary traditions. Cryptozoology Photos showcase these animals that has gotten quite a reputation of being enigmatic, mysterious and unknown.
-Big-apelike creature in the North American Folklore. Also known as Sasquatch.
- from the Spanish word Chupar
meaning "to suck."
A cryptid presumed to have
existed in America.
Loch Ness Monster
-one of the best known animals studied in Cryptozoology, an alleged monster believed to be dwelling into the deep waters of Scotland's Loch Ness.
- a winged man-like creature
described to have reflective red eyes
and huge moth-like wings.
Reported seen in Charleston and
Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
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|Anonymous||Loch Ness Monster||7||May 18 2012, 3:47 PM EDT by Anonymous|
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I dont think it exists. It would have died by now. This myth has been around for decades. Unless theres more than one, its a fake. (If there was more than one, it would have been caught.)
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