Archive for the “New Species”
Posted by: Christopher Noël on February 13th, 2014
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the release of Melba Ketchum’s Sasquatch DNA study, “Novel North American Hominins, Next Generation Sequencing of Three Whole Genomes and Associated Studies.” While some researchers have embraced her findings, many more have dismissed them, based on an insufficient grasp of the data or a neglect of the data altogether. I would like to observe this occasion by exploring several aspects of the case over the next few sequential days.
Read: The Ketchum DNA Study: One Year Later »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 5th, 2014
Those are the words today from cryptozoologist Matt Bille
Read: “It’s A New Freaking Whale” »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 4th, 2014
A toothy, long-nosed skull found in Texas belonged to a “swamp monster” that lived more than 200 million years ago.
Read: Swamp Monster Skull Found in Texas »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on February 1st, 2014
It may be tiny, but a new species of fish has been discovered in the United States… once again illustrating that there are many life forms around us that have not been catalogued.
Read: My, What a Big Head You Have »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on December 17th, 2013
In what has been a big year for the field of cryptozoology, this may end up being one of the most important events. The significance of finding large, new species cannot be overstated…
Read: Biggest Zoological Discovery of the 21st Century »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 12th, 2013
C. M. Kosemen on the Cryptozoologicon Book Launch
Read: A New Approach To Cryptozoology »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 11th, 2013
Darren Naish’s talk at the launch of the Cryptozoologicon… speculative zoology, scepticism, cryptozoology
Read: Cryptids, Speculation and Skepticism »
Posted by: Karl Shuker on December 5th, 2013
Sometimes, the most surprising discoveries can be right before our eyes, without even being recognised. Take the remarkable case of the giant pink slugs of remote Mount Kaputar in New South Wales, Australia. (© NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service) Measuring a very sizeable 8 in long, and boasting an extremely bright, fluorescent […]
Read: Behold – The Giant Pink Slugs of Mount Kaputar »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on November 29th, 2013
New felid discovery from Brazil!
Read: A New Species of Wild Cat »
Posted by: Ken Gerhard on November 8th, 2013
We’re gonna need a bigger boat! A recent shark discovery… and it’s not a small animal.
Read: New Hammerhead Shark Species Discovered »
Posted by: Karl Shuker on July 4th, 2013
It is widely known that many remarkable species of animal have become extinct or at least highly endangered in modern times. However, it is far less well known that during this same time period, a startling number of equally spectacular species have been newly discovered (having been previously unknown to science) or rediscovered (after having […]
Read: My Top Ten New and Rediscovered Animals of Modern Times »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 13th, 2013
Wow! Not just a skeptic, but a cynic as well… Over the last two weeks I’ve taken it upon myself to become educated in the field of Cryptozoology and Cryptid Animals. Though I know there is no shortage of crack pots or gullible idiots who will believe anything, I was amazed at how many people […]
Read: What the Hell is Cryptozoology? »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on April 1st, 2013
A Congolese Chupacabra Chimp!
Read: The Spiny-Backed Chimpanzee »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on March 20th, 2013
“…the little-known yet truly extraordinary spiny-backed chimpanzee reported from the Democratic Republic of Congo…”
Read: An Anomalous Anthropoid »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 28th, 2013
The vast majority of the Earth’s estimated 13 million species are still unknown and to describe them all would take up to 2,000 years, according to a leading Brazilian scientist.
Read: Most Earth Species Still Unknown »