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Welcome to the Encyclopedia of Cryptozoology
We are always looking for properly sourced sightings we may have missed!
Please note that many of our longer pages feature identity polls on their talk pages, which can be accessed by hovering over the arrow next to the "Edit" button.
The Nandi Bear
Bear, giant hyena, giant baboon, or chalicothere?
Does the deepest Amazon harbour a surviving giant ground sloth?
The Queensland Tiger
A dangerous marsupial predator - and once the cryptid closest to official recognition
Discover the amphibious "dinosaurs" of the Congo