Cryptozoology is the study of hidden animals not formally recognized by science, but supported in some way by other forms of evidence such as eyewitness accounts or tracks. Examples include Bigfoot and lake monsters (such as the Loch Ness Monster).
Provides information about the club and their efforts.
News and reports from around the world.
A blog that includes news and reports on the subject.
Cryptid and paranormal news and forums covering Florida and beyond.
Includes late breaking news, educational articles, facts, and funnies.
Reports and sightings of cryptids from around the world.
Contains information on the study of hidden animals, and information on various cryptids such as Bigfoot, Yeti, and other less well known creatures.
A massive collection of cryptozoology related links. By Philip R. "Pib" Burns.
Takes a skeptical view of cryptozoology, grouping the subject with paranormal claims.
Discussion group about various cryptids.
Collection of writings about the Beast of Gevaudan or Auvignon, a real life monster that has killed at least 100 people in France.
Includes information about the wildman, hybrids and serpents.
Includes articles, reprints, cryptofiction, biofortean information, and links.
A collection of cryptozoology related articles. By Ben S. Roesch.
Offers a cross-linked list of cryptids, including descriptions and information, sorted alphabetically and by type. Provides an interactive cryptid map, links, and a list of publications and organizations.
Discusses some unknown creatures, and details the pursuit of these species by Loren Coleman, author and editor of The Cryptozoologist, and Cryptozoology A to Z.
Cameron McKormick's blog.
Offers short biographies on well know cryptozoologists.
Includes pictures and information on bigfoot, sea serpents, lake monsters, and other cryptids.
Discussions on all aspects of Cryptozoology. In French and English.
Links to various websites on the subject.
Offers an introduction to the study of unknown creatures, including details on various cryptids, and cryptozoology news.
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