Bradypus Tamias Bradypus Tamias 9 March

isnachi draft

|Reported=1992 |Researchers=• Peter J. Hocking }} The isnachi (Quechua: "strong man") or isnashi is a cryptid giant monkey reported from cloud forests in , described as a giant, baboon-like monkey. The name isnachi usually refers to the spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus),

Three such giant monkeys are known from the Late Pleistocene–Protopithecus brasiliensis, Caipora bambuiorum, and Cartelles coimbrafilhoi–but their fossils are currently known only from the cerrados of Eastern Brazil, where they have occasionally been discovered preserved in cave systems. Despite their size, these monkeys were probably arboreal, and the Brazilian Intertropical Region is thought to have been more humid and forested when the giant monkeys existed during the Pleistoc…

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Bradypus Tamias Bradypus Tamias 9 March

waitoreke draft

|Reported = 1839 |Researchers = • Walter Mantell
• Richard Taylor
• Julius von Haast
• Ferdinand von Hochstetter
• Ingo Krumbiegel
• Bernard Heuvelmans
• Malcolm Smith }} The waitoreke is a cryptid reported from 's South Island, described as a semiaquatic otter-like mammal. Its supposed presence in New Zealand has always been considered anomalous, as the islands are not known to be home to any endemic terrestrial mammals. It is sometimes considered synonymous with a second mammalian cryptid of New Zealand, the kaurehe, which is also sometimes considered a distinct cryptid.

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Bradypus Tamias Bradypus Tamias 9 March

e-n draft

|Reported=1954 |Researchers=• Lucien Blancou
• Christian Le Noël
• Herman Regusters
• Roy P. Mackal
• Bill Gibbons
• Michel Ballot }} The emela-ntouka (Bomitaba: "killer of elephants" or "eater of the tops of trees") is a neodinosaurian cryptid reported from the , described as a horned animal, which has been compared to rhinoceroses and ceratopsian dinosaurs. It is frequently synonymised with the older, but now lesser-known, n water rhinoceros, the chipekwe, as well as the ngoubous of and the ntambue ya mai of the southern , and with certain reports of forest rhinoceroses and African unicorns.

The emela-ntouka

  • 1 Ceratopsian
  • 2 Other theories
  • 3 In popular culture
  • 4 Map
  • 5 Notes and references

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