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a gymnastic horse without pommels and with one end elongated

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One stream will be on health and wellness the other is about cryptozoology, paranormal activity and conspiracy theories.
ORIGINS OF THE YETI, NESSIE, AND OTHER FAMOUS CRYPTIDS provides an entertaining text presenting arguments both for and against the existence of legendary mythic beasts such as the Yeti and Bigfoot, and comes from two investigators that consider the uncertain science of 'cryptozoology'.
Some days you just fancy watching a drama that features witchcraft, cold war espionage, ghoulish Victorian surgeons, cryptozoology and hidden horrors in the East End's underground tunnels.
While I'm not convinced about the world of cryptozoology, if any creature of lore is going to prove to be real, I'm rooting for Bigfoot.
Vegetarian Adele is not a taxidermist, but much of her work deals with the world of animals, including evolution, anthropology and cryptozoology - the search for animals whose existence has not been proven.
An example of this 21st-century educational confusion is in the field of cryptozoology. Cryptozoology is the study of and search for animals, especially legendary animals, usually in order to evaluate the possibility of their existence (http://www.
These claims were made in a meeting entitled 'Cryptozoology: Science or Pseudoscience?' of the Zoological Society of London.
Cryptozoology is the study of mythic and legendary creatures.
One of his favourite areas of expertise is cryptozoology - the search for animals that are believed to exist, but for which that all-important definitive evidence is missing.
This contribution to cryptozoology and conservation debates includes the Linnaean Society's questionnaire on sightings, and a chronology of giant squid sightings.
Loren Coleman, of the University of Southern Maine, said the bounty would be paid out by a US firm with an interest in cryptozoology - the study of hidden, rumoured or unknown creatures.
I'm researching a book on cryptozoology, and another on mummies who died and were embalmed before they were 18, tentatively called My Mummy's a Kid.