Cryptozoologicon by John Conway
Volume I

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Cryptozoologicon is a celebration of the myths, legends, evolution and biology of hidden animals. Always sceptical, but always willing to indulge in speculative fun, Cryptozoologicon aims to provide a new way to approach cryptozoology: as fictional biology.

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Published October 31, 2013 by Irregular Books. 102 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Initiated and organised by Gert van Dijk of the excellent Furahan Biology and Allied Matters blog (and associated websites), the event also involved author and exobiologist Lewis Dartnell, Memo Kosemen of Snaiad, All Yesterdays and many other projects, the inimitable ‘Father of Speculative Zoolog...

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As is clear (I hope) from this review, Loxton & Prothero (2013) go for the proverbial jugular, showing – time and time again – that ideas about cryptozoological superstars are flawed, not only for reasons relating to biological plausibility and standards of evidence, but also because there’s a go...

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