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fishhunter61
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1/29/2017 8:24:19 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
For a long time I've had a interest in Cryptozoology, the study of cryptids. So now i'm wondering, is anybody else interested in this? If so, name which cryptid interests you the most.
Unterseeboot
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1/29/2017 11:09:04 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 1/29/2017 8:24:19 PM, fishhunter61 wrote:
For a long time I've had a interest in Cryptozoology, the study of cryptids. So now i'm wondering, is anybody else interested in this? If so, name which cryptid interests you the most.

Some of the resident grouches are gonna bitch about you sticking this on the science forum, but I'm game! I think Mothman and the chupacabra interest me the most, and I swear I think I might've seen the latter one night during a camping trip in Big Bend National Forest in Texas. Though, I must confess that tequila was involved that night around the campfire so I'm sure my possible viewing will be met with severe doubt. Which I guess it should be. LOL. Here's a list on some of the more popular cryptids...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...
fishhunter61
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1/31/2017 2:12:06 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 1/29/2017 11:09:04 PM, Unterseeboot wrote:
At 1/29/2017 8:24:19 PM, fishhunter61 wrote:
For a long time I've had a interest in Cryptozoology, the study of cryptids. So now i'm wondering, is anybody else interested in this? If so, name which cryptid interests you the most.

Some of the resident grouches are gonna bitch about you sticking this on the science forum, but I'm game! I think Mothman and the chupacabra interest me the most, and I swear I think I might've seen the latter one night during a camping trip in Big Bend National Forest in Texas. Though, I must confess that tequila was involved that night around the campfire so I'm sure my possible viewing will be met with severe doubt. Which I guess it should be. LOL.
Even so, do you still think you actually saw it, and that it wasn't just the tequila kicking in?

Here's a list on some of the more popular cryptids...
https://en.m.wikipedia.org...
Yeah, there is one here that has cyptids most people haven't even heard of.
http://cryptidz.wikia.com...
Axonly
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4/19/2017 1:36:43 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 1/29/2017 8:24:19 PM, fishhunter61 wrote:
For a long time I've had a interest in Cryptozoology, the study of cryptids. So now i'm wondering, is anybody else interested in this? If so, name which cryptid interests you the most.

Cryptozoology is a pseudoscience, nothing about it is a valid science. Although, it would be awesome if bigfoots and the loch ness monster were real.
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Ramshutu
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4/19/2017 2:05:06 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 1/29/2017 8:24:19 PM, fishhunter61 wrote:
For a long time I've had a interest in Cryptozoology, the study of cryptids. So now i'm wondering, is anybody else interested in this? If so, name which cryptid interests you the most.

I'm interested in Biology; the study of species.

Both biologists and Cryptozoologists will generally "follow up" alleged sightings of previously unknown animals. The main difference between biology and cryptozoology is that biologists tend to come to the conclusion that the species doesn't actually exist when multiple attempts to find it fail, and require more substantial evidence than grainy photos and video's to go out and search again.

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