Cryptozoology On the Internet
Here is a list of a number of cryptozoology web pages.
The Virtual Insitute of
Cryptozoology This is the best cryptoz site on the Net! It's
run by French cryptozoologist Michel Raynal and so much of it is still
available only in French. However, a lot has been translated into English
and an English version is available. This page is huge, and has nice pics,
great articles and features, recent news and more. Excellent page!
Excellent page put together by Dick Raynor, a Loch Ness veteran. Outlines
his research, including deep-water and surface photography. Also, there is
an informative database of known animals and physical effects that
probably play a large role in reports of the Loch Ness monster. Good
open-mindedly skeptical approach. Many excellent photos as well.
Cryptozoology Page A good page put togethor by a renowned researcher.
Quest for Thylacoleo. Web site devoted to an on-going search for
the Queensland tiger, which some have postulated is a surviving
Thylacoleo (the recently-extinct marsupial lion).
E.W. Burnett's Bigfoot Site
Nice site with photos, video clips (Redwoods and "snow-walker"
footage and some other stuff), articles, and more.
Dimensions and Traits" by Dr. W. Henner Fahrenbach. Condensed version
of an interesting paper in Cryptozoology.
Australian Rare Fauna Research
Association Dedicated to thylacine and Australian big cat research, and to
conservation of rare and endangered animals in Australia.
Curiosities of Biological
Nomenclature Ever heard of the wasp Olemistus chewbacca?
This is a great site listing many hilarious or otherwise interesting
scientific names of organisms. Who says scientists don't have a sense of
The Talk.Origins Archive Extremely
informative and comprehensive site dedicated to the debate between
evolutionists and creationists. This is important to cryptozoology because
many creationists take cryptozoological claims as evidence for their own
ends (a flawed approach, in my opinion), and many people investigating
cryptozoological claims are creationists. Knowing exactly what the
creationists are arguing and why scientists (like myself) disagree with
them is, I feel, important.
Cryptos Web site for this
French cryptozoology magazine.
Big Cats in
informative page, with illustrations, on big cat sightings in Scotland.
2000 Web Site Read about cryptozologist Richard Muirhead's
2000 expedition to Chad, to search for a mystery felid reputed to be a
living sabretooth tiger.
Bigfoot Chronicles With a discussion of the BBC documentary on the
Big Cats in
the United Kingdom Good summary page of the UK big cat enigma.
of Nessie A very well assembled and comprehensive website on one of
the more famous cryptids.
Centre for Fortean Zoology Home page for this Exeter-based
cryptozoology outfit. They publish Animals and Men, an excellent and
entertaining quarterly magazine examining all aspects of fortean zoology
(which includes not only traditional cryptozoology, discussed at my site,
but also fortean phenomena related to animals, like frog falls). Right now
the site is not much, cause it just got started, but hopefully therte will
be lots soon.
Dale Cozort's Cryptozoology
Page Nice page with basic info (it was just created), links etc. Has a
good scientific (and open-mindedly skeptical) stance on the subject. Also
has an interesting "Alternate History" page examining sasquatch.
Washington State Sasquatch Search Group.
Nice page with info on mythical creatures as well as cryptids.
Champ - The
Lake Champlain Monster Nice page on this famous lake monster.
Page on general cryptozoology, including some research by its
webmaster on a Mexican lake monster.
Miscellania This page is run by Chad Arment, a Ohioan herpetologist
interest in cryptozoology and biological mysteries. This page has lots of
interesting info on all sorts of interesting topics, including of course,
Gable's Cryptoweb Lots of info on lesser-known cryptids.
The Loch Ness Monster
Official HomePage of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology
Club This is an amazing home page, with great detailed info on all
cryptids, info on joining the club, info on the club's goals etc., and
links to other cryptozoology web sites. It takes a while to load, but the
pictures and the text content are worth the wait.
The Unnatural Museum -
Cryptozoology A very in-depth page with lots of info on all matters
cryptozoological. A great introduction to the field, and very
Geographical Database of Sasquatch
Sightings This is goign to set a new standard for sasquatch research
on the web, and everywhere! This is easily the best sasquatch web site
Bigfoot: Myth or
Reality? This is one of the best and most beautiful pages on
bigfoot on the world wide web! You should defintly check it out - there's
lots of info, very nice designs and illustrations, and cool links.
Cryptozoological Realms Interesting site, with many different
features, and definitely worth a visit.
Cryptozoology from the Files of Ron Schaffner Really interesting stuff
from a top-notch researcher.
The Loch Ness Monster
On-Line Lots of globster and lake monster
The Bigfoot Mailing List (To join, send E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with
SUBSCRIBE BIGFOOT in the text of the message) Lots of great discussions
On-Line An excellent forteana home page with lots of cryptoz info.
The Beast of
Buderim Home Page Excellent info on that mystery beast down under.
Pib Burns' Cryptoz Page
Lots of links and other info.
Gigantopithecus Article An excellent overview of gigantopithecus, the
prehistoric ape that many believe his the creature behind Yeti and
A Home Page of
Sasquatch-related poems! Kinda neat, and also has some cool pictures,
and a neat chart of Native American views of what sasquatch looks like.
New Species in
Vietnam A cool page with some nice pics of several nem mammals and
birds from Vietnam's "Lost World".
The Wildman in
Vietnam Great page with lots of info on the Vietnamese wildman, which
is a alleged bigfoot-like creature. Cool pics, and it's run by the same
owner as the above link to Vietnam new species.