Archive for the “Living Fossils”
Posted by: Loren Coleman on April 4th, 2010
More news of the Malapa hominin comes out on Thursday. Here is a hint of what is in store. Can you blame the media for, once again, using the old standby, “missing link”? Images.
Read: New “Missing Link” Discovered »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 9th, 2010
Late word is that there has been published a new book of interest to cryptozoology. Cover image.
Read: New Coelacanth Book »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 27th, 2009
A new look at a famous case in Sea Serpent literature stirs up some thoughts in my mind. Images.
Read: An Art Motif Origin For U28’s Croc Monster? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 6th, 2009
Some new concern is being raised that an aquarium team seen nearby may be trying to capture a live specimen for display in Japan.
Read: Coelacanth #5 Taken In Asia »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 12th, 2009
Cryptozoologically, sightings of birds resembling dodos have been recorded in recent years from some of the islands surrounding Mauritius. Images.
Read: Dodo Sighting In Liverpool »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 10th, 2009
The floodgates have opened and a wide variety of names and images are leaking out about two companies’ products for this year and next that directly relate to the interests of cryptozoologists. Lots of photos.
Read: Prehistoric Replicas Galore »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 8th, 2009
In a world media exclusive from Cryptomundo comes remarkable news about a new replica very special to cryptozoologists. Other prehistoric figurine news is likewise shared. Also, here is a hint of the museum developments. Images.
Read: Breaking News! Wild Safari Coelacanth »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 2nd, 2009
Examining an interview to discover what’s being said about the Loch Ness Monsters, the Pleisosaur Hypothesis, toys, and why certain marine reptiles’ necks grew so long. Images.
Read: Why Do Plesiosaurs Have Long Necks? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 29th, 2009
Breaking news out of the country of India gives some pause. Has a new population of coelacanth been discovered? Photo.
Read: Coelacanth In Ganges River? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 14th, 2009
You never can tell what you might stumble across in your local neighborhood aquarium. Images.
Read: Indonesian Coelacanth Replica »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 25th, 2009
The schools of thought clearly divide along strict lines of thought regarding this issue. It makes a big difference in what you are seeing in your local creationist museums, postage stamps, and dino toy stores. Updated with new images.
Read: Are Extinct & Living Dinosaurs Just Gray? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 9th, 2009
Meg, of course, refers to Carcharodon megalodon, the 70 foot long, 70,000 pound prehistoric cousin of the extant great white shark. Image, video.
Read: Meg Mania »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 27th, 2009
“I thought it was some sort of monster fish at first. I could see its teeth which looked menacing. It had a really hard back and an ugly look on its face,” said the eyewitness. Image.
Read: Armored Fish Found in UK »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 28th, 2009
Too young, gone too soon. Images.
Read: Scott T. Norman: First Anniversary »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 8th, 2009
Few in cryptozoology realize that Charles Darwin is quite directly linked and responsible for a species that may be the source of an ongoing cryptid investigation. Images.
Read: Darwin’s Cryptid »