Cryptozoology and the Investigation of Lesser-Known Mystery Animals
Chad Arment, editor
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|Cryptozoology and the Investigation of Lesser-Known Mystery Animals compiles chapters by several investigators, looking at cryptids that are rarely mentioned in the cryptozoological literature, or in some cases are brand new to cryptozoology. Some mystery animals turn out to be hoaxes or misidentifications, some can not yet be distinctly discerned from a background of cultural folklore, but others may very well point to unrecognized species awaiting zoological discovery.|
Spiders that Shine, by Chad Arment.
The Suiformes: The Expanding World of Pigs and Peccaries, by Matthew A. Bille.
Coelacanths of Silver: A Biogeography of Latimeria, by Gary Mangiacopra and Dwight G. Smith.
A Mysterious Kentucky Water Cryptid, by Barton M. Nunnelly.
Didi of the Imagination, by Chad Arment.
Freshwater Cephalopods, by Gary Mangiacopra and Dwight G. Smith
Preliminary Notes on a N. American "Flying Snake," by Chad Arment
Crypto New Mexico, by Jerry A. Padilla
Paul Gauguin's Mystery Bird, by Michel Raynal
"Dinosaur" Sightings in the United States, by Nick Sucik
Miscellaneous Menagerie, by Chad Arment
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