Archive for the “Yeren”
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 16th, 2011
While most students of cryptozoology recognize “Giganto” as a favorite Bigfoot/Yeti candidate, many may be unaware that German anatomist-anthropologist Franz Weidenreich (1873-1948) renamed the creature Giganthropus, treating it as a primitive ancestor of Homo sapiens.
Read: Newton on Giants »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 15th, 2011
What if something else, something even more fantastic in its implications than the idea that Bigfoot is Gigantopithecus, is actually afoot?
Read: Redfern on Giants »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 11th, 2011
Where’s the smoking gun for the stance of the claims? Images.
Read: Myakka And Multiple Models Again »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 9th, 2011
The Russian government approved Igor Burtsev’s idea and instructed officials to set up a Hominology Institute at Kemerovo State University?
It seems they are backtracking now…
Read: The Latest on the Siberian Snowman Front »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on January 12th, 2011
In this special guest contribution, John Green addresses the “Sasquatch Classics.”
Read: John Green On The Sasquatch Classics »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 23rd, 2010
Today, a guest blogger’s critique of the new book from Mark A. Hall and Loren Coleman, True Giants: Is Gigantopithecus Still Alive?. Images.
Read: Redfern On Giganto »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 13th, 2010
A Chinese science writer has published a youth article saying he is skeptical of the stories of the Shennongjia “Wild Men.” Images.
Read: Doubting Yeren »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 2nd, 2010
Herewith, the best works on cryptids, monsters, and creatures that were published in 2010 are assembled here for your use and interest. Plus get some sneak peeks at 2011. Images.
Read: Top 20 Cryptozoology Books of 2010 »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 1st, 2010
I want to share with you the Table of Contents today. I’m proud of what’s inside this one!! Images.
Read: It’s Alive! TG: Table of Contents »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 23rd, 2010
As the battle rages, let’s focus too on what cryptozoology is known from Korea. Images.
Read: Korean Cryptids: Cheonji Monsters and Others »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 17th, 2010
Well it seems that a perfect stocking stuffer has appeared on the scene.
The Sasqwatch Watch.
Who can resist this fun timepiece?
Sure to start a conversation anywhere.
Read: Sasqwatch Stocking Stuffers »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 28th, 2010
Mionczynski has worked as a government wildlife technician and as a consultant and instructor. Habitat studies are his expertise, and he has extensively researched both grizzlies and bighorn sheep. He has worked with the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team and developed the concept of goat packing to transport scientific equipment into remote research areas.
Meldrum is an associate professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University. He is an expert on primate evolutionary biology, the evolution of human locomotor adaption and bipedalism, the way in which we walk on two feet. He co-edited the book “From Biped to Strider: the Emergence of Modern Human Walking, Running, and Resource Transport.”
Read: Meldrum and Mionczynski: Scientists Seriously Seeking Sasquatch »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 25th, 2010
When will the next remains be found? Images.
Read: When Will The Next Gigantopithecus Fossils Be Found? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 16th, 2010
It was said that the travelers were frightened. They were completely speechless for a few days after they got off the mountain, and they were admitted to the hospital. Images.
Read: Yeren Sightings Or Not? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 12th, 2010
An expedition that was looking for the mysterious yeti in Mountain Shoria – a faraway region in the Siberian taiga – has recently returned home. The expedition’s members claim that the forest fires of this extremely hot summer made Altai yetis move to the Kuzbass region, where they have started a “war” with local bears.
Read: Update: New Russian Scientific Bigfoot Expedition »