A Natural History of the Unnatural World by Joel Levy
Discover What Cryptozoology Can Teach Us about Over One Hundred Fabulous and Legendary Creatures That Inhabit Earth, Sea and Sky

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Offers information on a wide range of fantastical creatures, humanoid races, and terrifying monsters, and includes illustrations and photographs.
 

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Published January 24, 2000 by Thomas Dunne Books. 224 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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There is no Cryptozoological Society of London, nor are there (as far as science knows) unicorns, kobolds, sphinxes, werewolves, batlike Japanese demons or man-eating horses, which the society purport

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There is no Cryptozoological Society of London, nor are there (as far as science knows) unicorns, kobolds, sphinxes, werewolves, batlike Japanese demons or man-eating horses, which the society purport

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