Top 10 Cryptozoology Stories of 2009

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Over at Cryptomundo, Loren Coleman presents his picks for "The Top 10 Cryptozoology Stories of 2009." Several bits previously featured on BB made the cut, including the eating of a near-extinct bird, baby coelacanths, and alligators in the sewers. Others were new to me: an African Pygmy Hippo killed in Australia, the rediscovery of a species of crow and turtle thought to be extinct, and the quest for black panthers in Europe.


  1. Yet again Coleman wants to confuse people by mixing real science in with cryptozoology bs. The significant stories in his list (coelacanths, woolly rat, Banggai crow, forest turtle, buttonquail, and megamouth shark) have absolutely nothing to do with “cryptozoology”. One might as well claim that successes in astronomy are the result of UFO buffs.

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