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Living Moa News

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 6th, 2008

The little blue moa. The Thylacine of the Avian world is in the news again. Australian cryptozoologist Rex Gilroy recently discussed the latest new findings for Moas with the Hawke’s Bay Today. One of the good points about Gilroy is that he does serve as a lightning rod for unusual animal accounts in the region […]

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First ‘08 Media Report: Oz Mystery Cat Sighting

Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 1st, 2008

Lake Elizabeth in the Otway forest. If there is one thing that is predictable, it is that most new years will open with a published report of a mystery cat sighting, usually in the UK or Australia. Australia didn’t let us down this year. Of course, this is different than the actual first eyewitness account […]

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Thylacine or Mangy Fox?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 12th, 2007

What could be the source of the new sightings of striped mystery animals, detailed below? When is a striped mystery animal seen in Australia not automatically tied to the sightings of Thylacines? Apparently, it was bound to happen in this Year of Mange. You will note in this article the code word “mystery.” But you […]

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Cryptozoology A to Z Fire Sale

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 16th, 2007

Heads up, for those interested. How can online sellers afford to stash so much off the price? If you’ve been looking for this, get it cheap now. For some reason, Amazon.com is having a super discount sale ~ with one-third off the list price ~ on Cryptozoology A to Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, […]

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Land of CZ Logos

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 14th, 2007

Cryptozoology has inspired some dynamic, colorful and intriguing logos for organizations, publications, and expeditions. Concurrently today, I will share and launch the new Duncan Hopkins-designed logo for the International Cryptozoology Museum. But before that event, I wanted to give a tip of my fedora to the legacy of logos that exist in the field of […]

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Thylacine Videos

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 10th, 2007

In Australia, as it turns out, there are many borderline good videos that may show evidence of the survival of the thylacine. Are some of these not merely dingo? Do I see some striping on the rear quarters of these animals? Are any of these the “Patterson-Gimlin film” of a thylacine? You be the judge. […]

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Thylacines and More

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 9th, 2007

Can we find any of these? Are some of the “extinct animals” merely today’s cryptids? Is this footage of a Thylacine? Compare it with all the known footage of living thylacines.

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Megalania

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 9th, 2007

Does a Komodo Dragon-type monitor roam the fringes of the Outback of Australia? Is there a surviving population of a huge species of the family Varanidae in Oz? Rex Gilroy thinks so, and he rolls the name off his tongue with ease, Megalania, the man eating giant lizard:

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Cryptid: Code Beyond Cryptozoology

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 5th, 2007

The Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts held their Twenty-First Annual Conference in Portland, Maine, on November 1-4, 2007. It was called SLSA ’07: CODE. The conference was intellectually stimulating and extremely academic. One paper read told of ground-breaking implications for cryptozoology, as the term “cryptid” explodes beyond the boundaries of our field. But […]

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Yahoo Picks Cryptomundo

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 1st, 2007

The following is up and active on the Yahoo home page. Click on the direct link below noted at their “Cryptomundo” title for all of the hyperlinks Yahoo has added to the exchange. This is a direct copy of their interview, which they have given me permission to post. I added a few familiar Cryptomundo […]

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In Pursuit of Cryptozoology

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 4th, 2007

You have many choices of events to attend during the last quarter of 2007. Here are some visual reminders of the upcoming end of the year Cryptozoology conferences: Saturday, December 1, 2007, “Introduction to Cryptozoology,” Mythic Creatures, American Museum of Natural History, New York City, New York. The AMNH model of Gigantopithecus is part of […]

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Cryptozoology’s Subdivisions

Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 19th, 2007

Yep, that’s me. Getting carried away with my passion for all things cryptozoological. I noticed today on the web that one of those “ask” sites had this question: “What are the different fields in Cryptozoology?” This was their “Best Answer – Chosen By Voters” – to wit – “Cryptozoology is a branch of zoology; I […]

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EuroCryptozoo Conference

Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 31st, 2007

We shall be conducting our 7th European symposium at Engreux (in Ardennes, south of Belgium) between Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th November 2007. The theme is “Unknown Animals, New Discoveries and Biodiversity.” Pr. Franco Tassi (Center of Appennins Studies, ex-director of Abruzzo National Park – Italy), Dr. Enrico Migliaccio (BRAMEA – Museo di Scienze Naturali […]

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Steve Irwin’s Thylacine Hunt

Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 29th, 2007

Sadly, the world lost the Crocodile Hunter almost a year ago. The anniversary is approaching quickly. Feelings are still stirred by how Steve Irwin (February 22, 1962 – September 4, 2006) died and that he left the Earth too quickly. Intriguingly, here we are again talking about Steve and one of his quests that overlapped […]

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Cryptotourism: Tassie Hunting

Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 22nd, 2007

The last documented thylacine – Tasmanian tiger – died at Hobart Zoo in September 1936, and the species was declared “presumed extinct” in 1986. But is it? Travel anywhere on Tasmania’s west coast and you will meet locals who tell tales of some of the 4000 claimed sightings of the mystifying marsupials over the past […]

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