With the discovery of an 18-foot Oarfish, let’s celebrate weird animals and the fact that they may or may not exist.
Starting things off with the mother of all cryptids, the Loch Ness Monster. She’s quite the lake lover and not so much a lover of attention.
The Thunderbird may have gotten its name from the Pontiac of the same name, but its influence has spread far and wide.
These beasts are so cool that they’re atmospheric, that’s a thing right?
Oklahoma isn’t known for many things, but one of those things just so happens to be octopus. Although this octopus craves blood, and to live in a place that isn’t so damned boring.
Another cryptid that took its name from popular culture. This guy is named after the hockey team – the New Jersey Devils – and is a pretty good goaltender.
The Mongolian Death Worm will worm its way into your heart and make you love it.
Hailing from South Carolina this lizard man will haunt your dreams, and possibly the terrarium in which you have his brethren imprisoned.
We started with the mother of all cryptids and let’s finish with the estranged father of the cryptids. He took his name from the truck of yore, because he once fought it and lost.