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Cryptid



Term used to refer to any species of animal or creature that is believed to exist based on witness accounts and other indirect evidence but that is not formally recognised by science or included in international zoological catalogues.

Related entries: Abnuaaya, Abominable Snowman, Albasty, Alma, Almasty, Annapurna Footprints, Bekk-Bokk, Bigfoot, Boardman and Tasker Tracks, Chupacabra, Cryptid, Cryptozoologist, Cryptozoology, Death Worm, Dogman, Dover Demon, Jersey Devil, Kappa, Kaptar, Loch Ness Monster, Loveland Frog, Mermaid, Mongolian Death Worm, Mulen, Nessie, Old Yellow Top, Shipton Yeti Tracks, Skunk Ape, Storsjoodjuret, Surgeon's Photograph, Tasmanian Tiger, Tessie, Thylacine, Voita, Yeti, Zana, Zanya

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