The Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2004

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The Top Cryptozoology Stories of 2004

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In the 1940s, the Scottish-born zoologist Ivan T. Sanderson began using a word he coined, "cryptozoology," to describe a new subdiscipline of zoology that studied hidden, as yet-to-be-discovered large animals. In the late 1950s, after a decade of correspondence with Sanderson, Belgian zoologist Bernard Heuvelmans began formalizing "cryptozoology." Today, their precise approaches to the passion and patience of the field has grown into a more scientifically-aware cryptozoology.

Once again (see 2000-2004 links below), I review the top stories of the year, which garnered the most media attention, and mention others that should have perhaps received more notice for other cryptids.


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