Sasquatch Coffee


Archive for the “Homo floresiensis”

Meldrum Tapdances

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 8th, 2007

In the current issue of TAPS Paramagazine on newsstands now and via mail (you can click on the ad to the right), you will find a new “Q and A” session with Dr. Jeff Meldrum about Bigfoot. Yes, I have the cover article on Sea Serpents plus a list-column on New England Lake Monsters, but […]

Read: Meldrum Tapdances »


Cryptomundo’s Ultimate CZ FAQs

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 6th, 2007

(Click on image to see full size version, enhanced by shockbeton) Fans, friends, and readers of Cryptomundo, I have an idea that it might be good to have a permanent “Cryptomundo’s Frequently Asked Questions” location attached to the Cryptomundo site. Perhaps it would be via a long blog of answers, or series of blogs. Maybe […]

Read: Cryptomundo’s Ultimate CZ FAQs »


Rethinking Sahelanthropus

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 4th, 2007

As recreations of Sahelanthropus tchadensis demonstrate, this fossil primate may be an ancestor of chimpanzees, gorillas, early humans, and/or even the cryptid agogwe of Africa. Discovered by Michael Brunet, et.al in Chad, central Africa, about 2,500 km from the East Rift Valley. Reported in the August 15th, 2002 issue of Nature, it is described as […]

Read: Rethinking Sahelanthropus »


Extinct Bird Naturalist Dies in Menehune Valley

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 12th, 2007

Na Pali means “The Cliffs” in Hawaiian. The secluded green valleys of the Na Pali Coast are said once to have been home to an ancient race of little humans called Menehune (seen above in the Hawaiian Medical Association’s publication logo). The Menehune are the tiny people of the Hawaiian Islands, who are perhaps related […]

Read: Extinct Bird Naturalist Dies in Menehune Valley »


A Life Explored In Words

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 10th, 2007

I sometimes neglect the fact that few people know really what I have written, in total. Today, for example, a young man emailed me with this message: “How many books have you done Loren? I have only come across two.” Well, I can forget myself, often, for many reasons. It happens. Ha ha. Memory and […]

Read: A Life Explored In Words »


1st Complete Thylacoleo Found

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 5th, 2007

Thylacoleo carnifex The January 25, 2007, issue of Nature announced the first analysis of a treasure trove of fossils unearthed in southern Australian underground caves in the Nullarbor plains. Hundreds of fossils were extremely well preserved, from the the middle Pleistocene (200,000 and 800,000 years ago). They constitute a veritable Rosetta stone for ice age […]

Read: 1st Complete Thylacoleo Found »


Hobbit News Old News

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 30th, 2007

Research findings by Dr. Dean Falk confirming that Homo floresiensis is a separate species were first exclusively discussed here in May 21, 2006. We previewed for you what is being discussed in widespread media reports today. Here’s our flashback that predates the latest news by half a year. Reacting strongly to the latest round of […]

Read: Hobbit News Old News »


Where To Dig For Hobbits

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 27th, 2007

What’s wrong with this drawing? (The answer is below.) Homo floresiensis, the “Hobbits” of Indonesia have been in the news again lately. This week it was announced that the dig will start up anew at the same cave where all the previous discoveries have been made on Flores. First, a flashback: How important and significant […]

Read: Where To Dig For Hobbits »


Cryptozoology Wednesday

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 10th, 2007

A new site to check out: Anomaly TV: Cryptozoology Wednesday. What do you think about it? One place to find all the Bigfoot videos you have been looking for? Word on replays of Mothman documentaries? Updates on when A & E, National Geographic, Travel Channel, History Channel and other repeats or new programs are going […]

Read: Cryptozoology Wednesday »


2006: Another Hobbit Year In Images

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 31st, 2006

Read: 2006: Another Hobbit Year In Images »


Top Ten List of Cryptomundo’s Top Ten Lists of 2006

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 23rd, 2006

1. The Top Ten Cryptozoology Stories of 2006 2. Top Ten Bigfoot Stories of 2006 3. Top Ten Creepy Fossil Finds of 2006 4. The Top Cryptozoology Books of 2006 5. The Top Cryptofiction Books of 2006 6. Top Ten Cryptozoo Mystery Photographs of 2006 7. 2006′s Passings of Cryptozoologists and Others 8. 2006 Cryptoholiday […]

Read: Top Ten List of Cryptomundo’s Top Ten Lists of 2006 »


Top Ten Creepy Fossil Finds of 2006

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 21st, 2006

Top Ten Creepy Fossil Finds of 2006 by Loren Coleman, coauthor, Creatures of the Other Edge. As often happens with fossil finds, sometimes they are stored away, forgotten, rediscovered, even exhibited, but then all of a sudden, an old find experiences a grand new awareness. The fossil is significant again. Or the fossil might be […]

Read: Top Ten Creepy Fossil Finds of 2006 »


The Top Cryptozoology Books of 2006

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 15th, 2006

The Top Cryptozoology Books of 2006 by Loren Coleman, Cryptozoologist Author, Cryptozoology A to Z, Bigfoot!, and Tom Slick It is time for the annual top picks for the best cryptozoology books of 2006, with attention to each book’s individual achievements noted in recognition of its unique niche within the cryptozoological literature this year. Since […]

Read: The Top Cryptozoology Books of 2006 »


Dzungarian Bare Knees

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 8th, 2006

Why do some unknown hominoids have bare knees? Wooden representation of a Proto-Pygmy from Africa. Witness drawing of a Yowie from Australia. In 1913, Muscovite V. A. Khakhlov submitted to the Russian Imperial Academy of Sciences his extraordinarily detailed report about the unknown hairy hominids of eastern Asia. In one section of the document, Khakhlov […]

Read: Dzungarian Bare Knees »


Scientific Names for Bigfoot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 8th, 2006

Harry Trumbore’s drawing (above) of the Himalayan Yeti. I wrote this paper about a decade ago, but just ran across it recently. Considering that Craig Woolheater’s discussion today is “Down Classification Avenue With Sasquatch,” it seemed appropriate to revisit my thoughts on this matter, more specifically, here today. Scientific Names for Bigfoot What is the […]

Read: Scientific Names for Bigfoot »



Cryptomundo Merch On Sale Now!

mmcm

Connect with Cryptomundo

Cryptomundo FaceBook Cryptomundo Twitter Cryptomundo Instagram Cryptomundo Pinterest

Advertisers

DFW Nites


Monstro Bizarro Everything Bigfoot The Artwork of Sybilla Irwin



Advertisement




|Top | FarBar|



Attention: This is the end of the usable page!
The images below are preloaded standbys only.
This is helpful to those with slower Internet connections.