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Unknown Animals Focus Group

all about the study of unknown animals yet to be discovered but have evidence through photographs or video

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Latest Activity: Feb 8

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any unknown animals in your area?

Started by Justin22. Last reply by Portia2012 Feb 8. 1 Reply

so anybody think they might have an unknown group of animals in their area unfortunately the closest i can think in my area would be south bay bessie which supposely inhabits lake erie but thts a 2…Continue

living megalodons?

Started by Justin22. Last reply by Portia2012 Feb 8. 2 Replies

there have been stories over the years that talk about sailors encountering sharks with really huge sizes its been said by some that what these sailors are encountering are prehistoric sharks called…Continue

anybody ever heard of caddy

Started by Justin22 Jan 6, 2011. 0 Replies

its been awile since i posted on the unknown animals focus group so i figured hey lets get those topics goin again lol but anyways anybody familiar with a creature known as caddy she is a supposed…Continue

Mermaids

Started by Peggy. Last reply by Reikara Nov 26, 2010. 1 Reply

Im going to start with my favorite unknown creature....MERMAIDSSince ancient times, sailors crossing the world's oceans have reportedseeing mermaids, beautiful fish-maidens with long flowing hair…Continue

ogopogo what could it be?

Started by Justin22 Sep 16, 2010. 0 Replies

one of the most interesting lake monsters their almost as known as the loch ness monster but the question is what might ogopogo be their are theorys that say it could be a zuegladon which is an…Continue

Chupacabras

Started by Peggy. Last reply by Justin22 Sep 16, 2010. 1 Reply

Here is a link on some info about Chupacabrashttp://theshadowlands.net/goatsucker.htmContinue

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Comment by Justin22 on September 17, 2010 at 11:44pm
hey welcome to the group cie talvon dragonologist :)
Comment by Justin22 on September 15, 2010 at 11:12pm
yea i agree katt theres so much out there infact theres still 98% of the ocean left to explore can you imagine whats down there then theres the all the forest left to explore and then theres a really interesting area in the congo in africa where the natives claim to have been seeing living dinosaurs that look like sauropods and that area still has about 98% left to explore also so yea cryptozoology is a really fasanating subject
 

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