Weird Cryptid Creatures are Real or Hoax?
Cryptid which means “hide”, in cryptozoology (animal) terms, or sometimes in cryptobotany (plants) , is a creature or plant whose existence has been suggested but is unrecognized by scientific consensus and often regarded as highly unlikely. Yeti is one famous Himalayas example of cryptid or the Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster.
The Bigfoot is one of the most famous cryptid creature ever talked about, if it is real, a legend or just a hoax. In Bhutan in Himalaya mountains it was called the Yeti or Meh-Teh or abominable snowman, and believed to be in existence. In China it is called Yeren or Yiren and found in a remote mountain of Hubei in China.
2) Lochness Monster
In the 7th century many people claimed they saw the Loch Ness Monster but no evidence that can prove the existence of the famous tales of Loch Ness. A couple, George Spicer and his wife claiming saw a big and “extraordinary animal” and an extraordinary pictures were published. But in 1994 a controversy regarding the Loch Ness and said to be hoax by group of Christian Spurling, his father in law, Marmaduke Wintherall and gynecologist, Robert Kenneth Wilson submitted picture to the Daily Mail Mirror newspaper. It was later known that the group produced a picture of the Loch Ness using toy submarine, plastic and wood as model and made it as authentic photo and submit it to the Daily Mail Mirror as revenge for dumping former employee Wintherall. The cryptozoology are still searching for something conclusive to prove the existence of the Loch Ness Monster.
Altmaha-ha Underwater Cryptid Creature
The Altamaha-ha is an assumed existence aquatic cryptid creature alleged in local mythology and folklore to inhabit the myriad network of small streams or abandoned rice fields near the mouth of the Altmaha River where the cryptid creture is named after, in southeastern Darien, Georgia, United Statesand somewhere in McIntosh County. No physical evidence for its existence has been reported.
American explorers searching for the facts of existence of Ropen or called “ropen light” phenomena because this nocturnal creature glows, specially in the night and believed to be a bioluminescence ptesaur look-alike creature. Many people of Umboi Island in Papua New Guinea attested they have seen the ropen, 200 to 600 high over the land or above the reefs. (by: Jonathan Whitcomb, C.C.V.)
4) Montauk Monster
The unidentified creature called “Montauk Monster” was washed ashore dead, on a beach near the business district of Montauk, New York (where this creature was named after) in July 2008. The identity of the creature, and the veracity of stories surrounding it, have been the subject of unresolved controversy and speculation. It is unknown what happened to the carcass. Although the creature’s body was never reported as recovered or physically examined, Darren Naish, a palaeozoologist, studied the photograph and concluded from visible dentition and the front paws that the creature was a racoon, with its odd appearance merely a byproduct of decomposition and water action removing most of the animal’s hair and some of its flesh.
Canvey Island Monster
In the shores of Canvey Islands in England, a mysterious cryptid creature, the Canvey Island Monster, was washed up and named it after the Canvey Islands where it was found, in November, 1953. A second, more intact, carcass was discovered in August, 1954. The 1953 specimen was described as being 76cm (2.4ft) long with thick reddish brown skin, bulging eyes and gills. It was also described as having hind legs with five-toed horseshoe-shaped feet with concave arches – which appeared to be suited for bipedal locomotion – but no forelimbs.
Skvader a cryptid creature and a folklore in Sweden and the rabbit winged animal was assemble in 1918 by Rudolf Granberg, a taxidermist and now displayed at the Museum of Nora Berget in Sundswall for cryptid museum.
7) Wild Haggis
Cryptid animal and said to exist in Scottish Highlands, some story described the wild haggis with different length of right legs from their left legs, that’s why they could run quick and fast around the mountain steeps and hillsides bu in only one directions.
8) Tsuchinoko Snake (Japan)
The weird snake Tsuchinoko or “bachi-hebi”, a legendary snake in the Northern Japan. Some tales said that the Tsuchinoko snake can speak and ability to tell lies and drink alcoholic drinks. Some tales recorded that the tsuchinolo snake can swallow its tail and form a hoop just like the ability of the hoop snakes.
9) Drop Bear
Drop Bears are Australian marsupial creature commonly said to be large, vicious, carnivorous Koala look-alike cryptid inhabiting the tall trees and attack their prey by dropping the drop bear’s head from above the tree.
A famous myth all over the world. Some tails described the mermaid as half-human and half-fish and according to some fishermen’ tale, when during fishing season if the mermaid is seen nearby it brings bad luck or omen. Many claim the mermaids exists but no proof evidence are shown.
Cryptid creature a legendary tale that began in 1947 in Puerto Rico, Latin America and also named “goat sucker”, because it kills the livestocks of the community from North America, Miami and Maine.
Loveland Frog, otherwise known as Loveland lizard, some said it looks human-like cryptid creature with face of a frog and was seen in Loveland, Ohio in May 1955. Generally considered cryptid becuse no proof of existence. Some report said the Loveland lizard leave behind a strong odor of alfalfa-like odor and almond whenever he stayed.
13) Dover Demon
Dover Demon a cryptid strange creature spotted in 1977 in Dover, Massachusttes and Loren Coleman named it Dover Demon after investigating the sightings of this weird creature with red big eyes.
Hugag a fearsome Critter seen by the lumberjacks but no proof of existence.
The Adjule, also known as Kelb-el-khela, is a cryptid canine, often seen in the North African region, especially the areas in and around the Sahara Desert. Reported primarily by the nomadic Tuaregs, and Théodore Monod in 1928, the adjule is said to be a phantom which takes the form of a dog or wolf.
Agogwe Cryptid Creatures
The agogwe is an assumed small human-like biped reported from the forests of East Africa, and described as 3.3 to 5.6 tall with long arms and long rusted-colored woolly hair and is said to have yellowish-red skin under its coat. It has also been reported as having black or grey hair. Its feet are said to be about 12 cm (5 in) long with opposable toes. Alleged differences between it and known apes include a rounded forehead, small canines and its hair and skin color. In Zimbabwe, the agogwe is also known as the kakundakari or kilomba , and the Congo Region, and sehite In the Ivory Coast. “In Tanzaniaand northern Mozambique, they speak of the agogure or agogue, a human-like, long-armed pygmy with a coat the color of fired earth. Although its appearance is said to be bizarre, the agogue or agogwe is said to be more mischievous than threatening.
16) Ahool Flying Cryptid
The ahool is a flying cryptid which is supposedly a giant bat, a flying primate or a living pterosaur. Such cryptid creature is unknown to science and there is no objective evidence that it exists as claimed.
17) Akkorokamui Cryptid
Akkorokamui is a giant octopus-like monster from Ainu folklore , which supposedly lurks in Funka Bay in Hokkaido. It is said that its enormous red body can reach sizes of up to 120 meters in length. Due to its coloration and immense size, it is visible from great distances, and could be a giant octopus or giant squid.
18) Beast of Bray Road
The Beast of Bray Road (or the Bray Road Beast) is a cryptozoological creature, that was first reported in the 1980s rural road areas outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. The similar name has been applied beyond the initial location, to any unknown creature from southern Wisconsin or northern Illinois that is described as having similar characteristics to those reported in the sightings. Some witnesses described the cryptid creature has a bear-like features, hairy biped similar to the Bigfoot, described as 2 to 4 feet tall on all four or 7 feet tall when standing up, intelligent wolf-like features, walking on its hind legs, and estimated weight is 400 to 700 pounds. The fur has brown-gray color similar to a dog or bear fur color. Many call the Beast of Bray Road as the werewolf.
19) Beast of Busco
The big snapping turtle called Oscar, is a cryptid creature known as Beast of Busco is the subject of a legend in Churubusco, Indiana, which citizens claimed to have seen in 1949. Despite a month–long hunt that briefly gained national attention, the Beast of Busco was never found.
20) Brosno Dragon , Cryptid Creature
The lake monster Brosno Dragon, also known as Brosnya, which is said to inhabit Lake Brosno where the cryptid creature was named after, near Andreapol in West Russia. It is described as resembling to a dinosaur or dragon, and is the subject of a number of regional legends, some which are said to date back to the 13th century.