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Kryptozoologie-Umschau 1

Umschau-LogoBigfoot ist neben texanischen "Chupacabras" DAS Thema in den USA. Kein Wunder daher, dass es eigentlich immer etwas zu berichten gibt. Zum Beispiel die Spekulation, ob West-Virginia Teil der Migrationsroute der haarigen Gesellen sein könnte. Aber auch die Identität asiatischer und nordamerikanischer Hominoiden, Meerjungfrauen rund um die schottische Isle of Man, unbekannte Amphibien und Krabben und berühmte Seemonster waren ein Thema der letzten Tage. Daneben gab es auch ein Paper über die Artaufspaltung ohne räumliche Trennung, was z. B. zur Frage der Zwergelefanten interessant sein könnte.

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  • "The Legend of Boggy Creek" chronicles the based-on-real-life encounters between Fouke-area residents and the Fouke Monster—a shaggy, Bigfoot-esque creature said to roam the nearby woods and swampy waterways.

  • Relatively few people, in or out of the field of science, believe in Bigfoot. A purported Bigfoot sighting would likely be met with the same level of credulity as a discovery of Casper, Elvis, Tupac, or Santa Claus. With only...

  • So if history shows that science can potentially benefit from examining cryptozoological findings, why is that so many scientists are still adamantly against the practice?

  • Anthropologist Grover Krantz, who died in 2002, is remembered as the academic who devoted himself to the search for Sasquatch. (Read all about Krantz and his Bigfoot research here.) Though his obsession with Bigfoot and other anomalous primates didn’t start...

  • In the early 1990s in Sequim, Washington, on the heavily forested Olympic Peninsula, anthropologist Grover Krantz was building a helicopter to search for Sasquatch. He ordered the kit from some guy in the Midwest and spent several years trying to...

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