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Cryptozoology (from Greek: "knowledge" or "study" – c.f. zoology) is the search for animals hypothesized to exist, but for which conclusive proof is missing. The field also includes the search for known animals believed to be extinct.

People who study or search for such animals are called cryptozoologists, while the hypothetical creatures involved are sometimes called "cryptids", a term coined by John Wall in 1983. There are several animals cited as examples for continuing cryptozoological efforts:

The Coelacanth, a "living fossil" which represents an order of fish believed to have been extinct for 65 million years, was identified from a specimen found in a fishing net in 1938 off the coast of South Africa. (The coelacanth was well known to Comoros fishermen as the Gombessa, but unknown to scientists).

An adult coelacanth can grow at least to 180 cm in length and weigh 98 kg. It is dark blue, changing after death to grey/brown.

 

Coelacanths first appear in the fossil record in the Middle Devonian, about 410 million years ago.Prehistoric species of coelacanth lived in many bodies of water in Late Paleozoic and Mesozoic times.

The average weight of the living west Indian Ocean coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae, is 176 pounds (80kg) and they can reach up to 6.5 feet (2m) in length. Adult females are slightly larger than males. Based on growth rings in their ear bones (otoliths) scientists infer that individual coelacanths may live as long as 80 to 100 years. Coelacanths live as deep as 700m (2300ft) below sea level, but are more usually found at depths of 90 to 200m. Living examples of Latimeria chalumnae have a deep blue color which probably camouflages them from prey species, however the Indonesian species is brown. Latimeria chalumnae is widely but very sparsely distributed around the rim of the west Indian Ocean, seemingly occurring in small colonies. Coelacanth eyes are very sensitive, and have a tapetum lucidum. Coelacanths are almost never caught in the daytime or on nights with full moons, due to the sensitivity of their eyes. Coelacanth eyes also have many rods: tiny structures that help animals see in dim light. Together, the rods and tapetum help the fish see better in dark water.

Coelacanths are the only living species known to have a functional intracranial joint, which almost completely separates the front and back halves of the skull internally. Flexure at this joint may aid in the consumption of large prey by the use of suction. Coelacanths are also mucilaginous; their scales release mucus and their bodies continually exude oil. This oil is a laxative, and makes the fish virtually inedible unless dried and salted. Although most fish have smooth scales, only the lower half of the coelacanth's scales are smooth. Toothlike spines called denticles cover the upper half of each scale, making it rough and scratchy. The smooth lower half of each scale is protected by the denticles of the two scales that overlap it. These rough, layered scales provide armorlike protection against predators and the rough edges of rocks. The rough scales are used by the natives of Comoros as sandpaper. Females give birth to between 5 and 25 young, which are capable of surviving on their own immediately after birth. Coelacanths are ovoviviparous. Coelacanths give birth to live young called pups. Their reproductive behaviors are not well known, but it is believed that they are not sexually mature until after 20 years of age. Gestation time is 13 months.

MEGAMOUTH SHARK

There was a 1976 discovery of the previously unknown megamouth shark, discovered off Oahu, Hawaii, when it became entangled in a ship's anchor. Some have cautioned against applying the "megamouth analogy" too broadly to hypothetical creatures, noting that while "the megamouth does show that the oceans have a lot of secrets left to reveal ... the Megamouth is a deepwater fish, easily hidden in the world's oceans, and not comparable with other creatures reported, such as surviving marine reptiles. While the Megamouth is not a useful analogy to support the existence of marine 'cryptids' in general, it does demonstrate the resistance of science to identify new large species of marine animals without a corpse. Sightings of Megamouths now number approximately one a year. Before the discovery, one could argue this consistent sighting record was also present, but that the sightings were ignored or discredited as of some other animal."


The 2003 discovery of the remains of Homo floresiensis, a descendent of Homo erectus, took the anthropological community completely by surprise. Legends of a strikingly similar creature, called Ebu Gogo by the natives of Flores, persisted as late as the nineteenth century, but it was not until 2003 before the fossil remains of this species were actually found. In addition, human folklore is full of references to small forest people, called dwarves, elves, fairies, gnomes, leprechauns or menehune.

GIANT SQUID

Giant squid, once believed to be mythical creatures, are squid of the Architeuthidae family, represented by as many as eight species of the genus Architeuthis. They are deep-ocean dwelling animals that can grow to a tremendous size: recent estimates put the maximum size at 13 m (43 ft) for females and 10 m (33 ft) for males from caudal fin to the tip of the two long tentacles (second only to the colossal squid at an estimated 14 m (46 ft), one of the largest living organisms). The mantle is only about 2 m (7 ft) in length (more for females, less for males), and the length of the squid excluding its tentacles is about 5 m (16 ft). There have been claims reported of specimens of up to 20 m (66 ft), but no animals of such size have been scientifically documented.

The "nearly perfect specimen" that was beached alive in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, on September 24, 1877. This specimen measured 39.5 ft in total length, close to the maximum known size of giant squid.

 

On September 30, 2004, researchers from the National Science Museum of Japan and the Ogasawara Whale Watching Association took the first images of a live giant squid in its natural habitat. Several of the 556 photographs were released a year later. The same team successfully filmed a live giant squid for the first time on December 4, 2006.

A Other names Status Description Location
Acinonyx jubatus guttatus Woolly Cheetah Genetic Disorder Carnivorous Mammal Africa
Ahool Bat Indonesia
Akaka-wakka Marshall,TX Chicken Killer, Kakawag, Red Eyed Sloth, Bipedal Reptile

Marshall,Texas, Shreveport, Louisiana

Akkorokamui Fish Japan
Almas Abnauayu, Almosty, Albasty, Bekk-Bok, Biabin-Guli, Golub-Yavan, Gul-Biavan, Guli-Avan, Kaptar, Kra-Dhun, Ksy-Giik, Ksy-Gyik, Ochokochi, Mirygdy, Mulen, Voita, Wind-Man Primate Asia/Caucasus
Altamaha-ha River Animal United States, Georgia
Ameranthropoides loysi de Loys's Ape Primate South America
Andean Wolf Hagenbeck Wolf, Andean Mountain Wolf, Dasycyon hagenbecki Carnivorous Mammal High Andes
B        
Barmanou Primate Middle East/Asia
Basilisk Discredited Bird-Reptile Hybrid Western Europe/ Basel, Switzerland/ Warsaw, Poland
Batutut Primate East Asia
Bayou St. John Monster Bayou Monster, Johnny, City Park Moster Local Legend? Gator( Giant ), turtle or Snake United States , New Orleans, Louisiana
Bear Lake Monster Discredited Lake Animal United States, Idaho/Utah
The Beast of Bodmin Carnivorous Mammal United Kingdom
The Beast of Bray Road Carnivorous Mammal Wisconsin, United States
Beast of Busco Churubusco Turtle Reptile/Dinosaur United States
The Beast of Exmoor Possibly large wild cat Carnivorous Mammal England
The Beast of Gťvaudan Possibly large wolf Carnivorous Mammal France
Bergman's Bear God Bear Extinct Carnivorous Mammal Asia
Bessie Lake Animal Lake Erie, North America
Bigfoot Sasquatch Primate North America
Bili Ape Bondo Mystery Ape Abnormal population of Pan troglodytes; possible new subspecies Primate Democratic Republic of Congo
British Big Cats Alien Big Cats or ABCs, Phantom Cats Carnivorous Mammal Great Britain
Boog Carnivorous Mammal Marion, North Carolina
Brosno Dragon Lake Animal Lake Brosno, Russia
Bunyip Lake or Cave Animal Australia
Buru Presumed Extinct Reptile/Dinosaur India
C        
Cadborosaurus willsi Caddy, Cadborosaurus Sea Animal Pacific Coast of North America
Canvey Island Monster Discredited Bipedal United Kingdom
Centaur Mythical Humanoid Greece
Champ Champtanystropheus Lake Animal Lake Champlain, North America
Cherufe Mythical Chile
Chessie (sea monster) Sea Animal Atlantic Coast of United States
Chipekwe Emela-ntouka Reptile/Dinosaur Africa
Chupacabra Goat Sucker Bipedal North/Central America
Coelacanth Confirmed Living Jawed Fish Africa/Indonesia
Con Rit Sea Animal Southeast Asia
D        
Dahu Folklore Herbivorous Mammal France, Switzerland
Deinotherium Presumed Extinct Herbivorous Mammal Africa
Devil Bird Bird Sri Lanka
Dinosaurs in South America Reptile/Dinosaur South America
Dobhar-chu Carnivorous Mammal Ireland
Dover Demon Bipedal United States, Massachusetts
Dragon Legend Reptile Europe, America, China, Japan, Korea.
Drop Bear Legend Giant Koala Australia
E        
Ebu Gogo Primate Indonesia
Elasmotherium Giant Rhinoceros Extinct Herbivorous Mammal Asia
Elf Mythical Humanoid Worldwide
Ennedi tiger Saber-toothed cat Presumed Extinct Carnivorous Mammal Africa
Emela-ntouka Reptile/Dinosaur Africa
F        
Fear liath Primate Scotland
Flatwoods Monster Green Monster ? United States, West Virginia
Flish Fish World's Ocean
Flying Rod Sky Fish Discredited Flying Creature Worldwide
Fouke Monster Primate United States, Arkansas
Fru - Fru Monster

Frew- Frew, Silck Head, Slowfoot, Caddo Lake Monster, Marshall - Texas Booge a boo Monster, Booboo Woowoo

  Humanoid - Primate? Marshall, TX, Longview
Fur-bearing Trout Discredited Fish North America
G        
Gambo Probably dolphin or beaked whale Sea Animal Africa
Genie Humanoid Island
Giant Anaconda Observer exaggeration of size Reptile/Dinosaur South America
Giant Penguin Discredited/Extinct Bird Florida (USA), New Zealand
Giglioli's whale Sea Animal Off Chile, Scotland and France (Mediterranean)
Gin-Sung Bear-Men, Kung-Lu, Tok Primate China
Globster Sea Animal
Goatman urban legend? Bipedal United States
Gorgon Mythical? Reptilian Humanoid Greece
Gremlin Humanoid Worldwide
Grunch Black Grunch, Grunch Road monster, goatman, Lil' Benny Bipedal New Orleans, Louisiana
Griffin Mythical Hybrid Worldwide
H        
Harpy Mythical Humanoid World
Hellhounds Mythical Carnivorous Mammal
Hibagon Local legend Primate Japan
High-finned sperm whale Cetacean Shetland Islands
Hodag The Dag Discredited Carnivorous Mammal/Lizard United States, Wisconsin
Homey Island Swamp Monster The Real Swamp Thing, The Covington Ape, The Mandeville Monkey Man, The Slidell slick Man, Bayou Bigfoot, Local Legend Humanoid United States, Louisiana, Honey Iland Covington, Mandeville, Slidell, St. Tamanny Parish
Hoop Snake Discredited Reptile/Dinosaur United States/Australia
Hopkinsville Goblin Humanoid Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Humanzee Chuman Hypothetical Primate
Hyote Discredited United States, Maryland
I-J        
Iliamna Lake Monster Believed to be a giant sturgeon Lake Animal Lake Iliamna, Alaska
Inkanyamba Lake Animal Africa
Isshii Believed to be a giant eel Lake Animal Japan
Jackalope Discredited Herbivorous Mammal North America
Japanese Wolf Extinct Carnivorous Mammal Japan
Jersey Devil Leeds Devil, Lucky, Lukey Bipedal United States, esp. New Jersey
K        
Kappa Bipedal Japan
Kasai Rex Discredited Reptile/Dinosaur Africa
Kikomba Primate Africa
Kikiyaon Carnivore Bird Africa
Kingstie Discredited Lake Animal North America, Lake Ontario
Kongamato Pterosaur/Bird/Bat Kenya
Kraken Giant Squid, Colossal Squid, Leviathain Giant squid confirmed (but much smaller in size than Kraken) Sea Animal World's Oceans
Kting Voar Snake-eating Cow Questionable but likely Herbivorous Mammal Cambodia
Kusshii Lake Animal Japan
Name        
Lake Tianchi Monster Uncomfirmed. Anectdotal evidence. Lake Animal China
Lake Van Monster Monster of Lake Van First reported in 1995. Controversial evidence for existence. Lake Animal Turkey
Lake Worth monster Unconfirmed. Last reported in 1970. Carnivorous Mammal United States, Texas
Lariosauro Lariosauro, Como Lake monster Water reptile Italy
Leviathan Legend? Giant Seabeast/fish World
Lindworm Discredited Europe
Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp Bipedal United States, South Carolina
Lizard Men Draconian, Reptoid, Dinosauroid Existence disputed Bipedal Worldwide
Loch Ness Monster Nessie Lake Monster Scotland
Long Horse Hoax Similar to a normal horse, only several times the normal length. North America/Europe
Loveland Frog Froggy thing, Killer ribbit, King Toadman, Bipedal United States, Ohio
Lusca Sea Animal World's Oceans
M        
MacFarlane's Bear Extinct Carnivorous Mammal Canada
Maltese Tiger Blue Tiger Abnormal coloration due to mutation Carnivorous Mammal China
Mamlambo Lake Animal South Africa
Mande Burung   Primate Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh India
Manipogo Winnipogo Lake Animal Lake Winnipeg, Canada
Mapinguari Remnant of Megatherium Herbivorous Mammal Amazon Rainforest
Maricoxi Primate South America
Marozi Carnivorous Mammal Africa
Marsupial Lion Thylaceo, Thylaceo carnifex Confirmed. Extinct Carnivorous Mammal Australia
Mbielu-Mbielu-Mbielu Reptile/Dinosaur Africa
Mecheny Primate Asia
Megalodon Presumed Extinct Giant Great White Shark World's Oceans
Megalania prisca Giant Australian Monitor Lizard Extinct Reptile/Dinosaur Australia
Menehune Primate United States, Hawaii
Merfolk Merman, Mermaid, Merpeople Mythical? Sea Humanoid World's Oceans
Minhoc„o Exaggeration of existing animal Caecilian South America
Minnesota Iceman Discredited Primate United States, Minnesota
Mngwa Carnivorous Mammal Africa
Moehau Mythical Primate New Zealand
Mokele Mbembe Reptile/Dinosaur Congo
MoMo Discredited most likely a hoax Primate United States, Missouri
Mongolian Deathworm Allghoi (or orghoi) khorkhoi Worm-like animal Gobi Desert
Mono Grande Hominid South America
Morag Lake Animal Scotland
Mothman Bipedal, winged United States, West Virginia
Muckie Lake Animal Lakes of Killarney, Ireland.
Muc-sheilch Lake Animal Scotland
Mande Burung Jungle Man Prinate Bangladesh
Mussie Lake Animal Canada
N        
Nahuelito Uncomfirmed Lake Animal Argentina
Night Parrot Pezoporus occidentalis Confirmed. Parrot Australia
Nandi Bear Chemosit[4], Chimiset, Chimisit, Duba, Engargiya, Gadett, Ikimizi, Kerit, Kikambangwe, Kikomba, Koddoelo, Ngoloko, Sabrookoo, Shivuverre Carnivorous Mammal Africa
Neo-Giant Primate
Ngoubou Unconfirmed Reptile/Dinosaur Africa
Nguoi Rung Primate Vietnam
Nords Nordics, Pleideans, Hydean, Wingmaker, Venusian, Telosian Primate/E.T. Alien
Nyalmo Primate Asia
O        
Ogopogo N'ha∑a∑itk, Naitaka Lake Animal Lake Okanagan, Canada
Old Yellow Top Primate Canada
Olitiau Bat Cameroon
Orang-Bati Bipedal Indonesia
Orang Mawas Mawa, Orang Dalam Primate Malaysia
Orang Pendek Primate Sumatra
Cornish Owlman Bird England
Ozark Howler Carnivorous Mammal United States, Arkansas
P -Q        
Pterosaur Presumed Extinct/Mythical? prehistoric-looking creature Papua, New Guinea
Phantom cats Mythical Carnivorous Mammal
Phantom kangaroo Presumed Extinct/Mythical? Marsupials Various
Phaya Naga Lake Animal Laos
Piasa Bird? United States, Illinois
Ponch Ponchartrain Lake Monster, Shark Man, Ponchie Local Legend Lake Animal United States, Lousiana
Pope Lick Monster Local legend Bipedal United States, Kentucky
Popobawa Mythical Bipedal Zanzibar, Tanzania
Queensland Tiger Unconfirmed Carnivorous Mammal Australia
R        
Red Headband Mythical Bipedal Comoros, Africa
Road Troll Humanoid United States
Roc Mythical Bird World
Ropen Presumed Extinct/Mythical? pterosaur Australia, New Guinea
Row Hoax Reptile New Guinea
S        
Salawa Seth, Salaawa Carnivorous Mammal Egypt
Sasquatch Bigfoot, Yeti Primate North America, Malaysia (Johor)
Sea monk Misidentifications of known animals Sea Animal World's Oceans
Sea Monsters Sea Animal World's Oceans
Great Sea Serpent Sea Animal World's Oceans
Setontot ? Malaysia
Shug Monkey Primate Europe
Shunka Warakin Carnivorous Mammal American West
Siren Humanoid Islands and Ocean Waters
Sirrush Reptile/Dinosaur Africa, Ancient Babylon
Skunk Ape Primate United States, Florida
Skvader Joke taxidermy Mammal Sundsvall
Snallygaster Mythical Reptile/Dinosaur United States
Squonk Legend Mammal United States - Pennsylvania
Steller's Sea Cow Confirmed. Extinct Sea Animal Bering Strait
StorsjŲodjuret Lake Animal Sweden
Stronsay Beast Identified as basking shark Sea Animal Orkney, Scotland
T        
Taniwha Lake Animal New Zealand
Tatzelwurm Reptile/Dragon Europe
Thunderbird Mythical Bird North America
Thylacine Tasmanian Tiger Presumed Extinct Carnivorous Mammal Tasmania, Australia
Tikbalang Mythical Human/Horse Bipedal Philippines
Tjutjuna Chuchunaa Primate Russia
Trinity Alps Giant Salamander Amphibians United States, California
Trunko Sea Animal South Africa
Tsuchinoko Reptile/Snake Japan
Tsul 'Kalu Primate American West
Turul Mythical? Flying Creature
U - V        
Unicorn Mythical? Herbivorous Mammal World
Vampire Mythical Humanoid World
Veo Carnivorous Mammal Indonesia
w        
Waheela Uncomfirmed Carnivorous Mammal Canada
Waitoreke Carnivorous Mammal New Zealand
Wampus Cat Mythical Bipedal United States, Tennessee
Wendigo Mythical Bipedal United States,Canada
Werewolf Lycanthrope Mythical Carnivorous Mammal/Humanoid World
Wolpertinger Mammal Germany
Woodwose Primate Europe
Y        
Yeren Primate China
Yeti Abominable Snowman Primate Asia (Himalayas)
Yowie Primate Australia

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