Diva Alert: New Pterosaur Discovered

Diva Alert: New Pterosaur Discovered

by Marie

The remains of a previously undiscovered prehistoric flying reptile diva have been discovered recently in Cruzeiro do Oeste, Brazil. I mean look at that headdress she has going on! Though the location of these bones was originally found in the early ’70s, by a father and son who came across a few of the bones, it wasn’t until a few … Continue reading »

Newest Aliens Of The Deep Sea

Newest Aliens Of The Deep Sea

by Marie

You know I am big ol’ DEEP SEA NERD so of course I’m going to have to keep us up-to-date with all of the latest OCEANIC GOSSIP! This past spring, scientists explored four regions in the volcanic area of Kermadec Ridge, off of New Zealand. Look at this dude’s beady little ojos!!!!  He seriously looks … Continue reading »

My Top Five Cryptid Crushes

My Top Five Cryptid Crushes

by Marie

From Threadless.com ♥ This article was originally posted at Rookiemag.com♥ Being a gal with a diverse assortment of interests, I like to wander occasionally from my more commonly known pursuits of fashion and film to delve deep into the world of the mysterious and unknown. Yes my friends, I am a HUUUUGE CRYPTOZOOLOGY NERD! What’s … Continue reading »

A face only a 49,000,017 year old mother could love.

A face only a 49,000,017 year old mother could love.

by Tiffany

Not necessarily crypto, but anything involving giant spiders of yore are interesting enough to be blarghed about. Not to mention, they are xraying amber these days to find this stuff and generate models for us to look at. My spidey sense is telling me we are well on our way to a Jurassic Park/Cloverfield situation. … Continue reading »

Local Legends: The Lambton Worm

Local Legends: The Lambton Worm

by Jinx

I originally posted this on my personal blog, so massive apologies for reusing content, but I thought this particular item would be of equal interest over here and wanted to share with you. I’m always interested in local folklore, especially if it involves monsters and other exciting spooky stuff. Most places, no matter how small, … Continue reading »

If Wishes Were Megalodons

If Wishes Were Megalodons

by Jinx

I love sharks. I love them in movies, in books, in documentaries, heck, I’d probably even love them in real life, at a safe distance, from dry land maybe, with someone slower and weaker than myself ten feet in front of me, just in case, but my appalling cowardice aside,  sharks are great, few things … Continue reading »

Free Sushi

Free Sushi

by Marie

So dudes and sistadudes, if you haven’t heard yet, millions of dead fish have been found all over King’s Harbor in Redondo Beach today. MILLIONS!!!!!! Put your ojos on THIS: What’s happening now? I feel like at this point my reaction to these things is terror mixed with:

Bringing Back the Mammoth

Bringing Back the Mammoth

by Katie

Japanese scientists (who else) announced last week they were attempting to Jurassic Park the wolly mammoth. From the Daily Yomiuri Online: A team of researchers will attempt to resurrect the species using cloning technologies after obtaining tissue this summer from the carcass of a mammoth preserved in a Russian mammoth research laboratory. It has already … Continue reading »