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Academic & Professional Books  Natural History  Cryptozoology

Cryptozoology: Science and Speculation

By: Chad Arment
393 pages, no illustrations
Cryptozoology: Science and Speculation
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  • Cryptozoology: Science and Speculation ISBN: 9781930585157 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
    £37.50
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Cryptozoology scrutinizes reports of puzzling creatures that do not fit nicely into the recognized scheme of described species, such as long-tailed bobcats, giant orangutans, merfolk and sea monkeys and many more.

From the first chapter:
"What is Cryptozoology? In short, it is a targeted-search methodology for zoological discovery. Specifically, it is just one path by which the status of purported new or lost species may be resolved. Practically, it is a lengthy process of collecting and analyzing data to determine which mystery animals may be unknown biological species, and then searching for conclusive physical evidence."

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By: Chad Arment
393 pages, no illustrations
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