Angel Morant Forés is a Spanish cryptozoologist who conducted field work in southern Ecuador and collected accounts of several land mammals unknown to science, including the esakar-paki, the shiashia-yawá, the pamá-yawá, the tshenkutshen, the entzaeia-yawá, and the tsere-yawá. He also photographed the Forés specimen. He collected second-hand reports of several other unknown animals, inluding "a bear-like creature called ujea whose description reminded [him] of a giant ground sloth, a cat known as jiukam-yawá which allegedly hunts in packs, and a maned 'lion'", but could find nobody who had personally seen them.
He has also written articles on the zebro and the possibility of giant vampire bat survival in South America, based on reports of the camazotz, the j'ik'al, the piuchén, and the discovery of a non-fossilized giant vampire bat tooth.
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- ↑ Virtual Institute of Cryptozoology An investigation into some unidentified Ecuadorian mammals
- ↑ Virtual Institute of Cryptozoology Le Zebro: Survivant de lar prehistoire ou ane ensauvage?
- ↑ Virtual Institute of Cryptozoology Desmodus draculae: la chauve-souris vampire géante est-elle vraiment éteinte?