Thursday, May 20, 2010


From today's Anomalist:

Orangs and Yetis at All Sizes Cryptozoology Online. The orang pendek is frequently singled out as the cryptid most likely to be discovered next, says Dale Drinnon, yet there is more than one kind of creature being reported under that name. This has caused some researchers to think that the orang pendek is related to the Flores "Hobbits." Both large and small orang pendek have been reported on Sumatra and Borneo, known orangutan habitats. Could the large and small orangs (sedapas, or orang gugus) and the large and small 'yetis' be genetically-isolated offshoots of the known orangutans? Elsewhere, Loren Coleman asks Where Are The Black Florida Panther Photos?

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