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In any case, my full cryptid map currently includes the following cryptids, all of which I can create wiki maps for (though some of them do not have pages, and some may not warrant individual maps). Since I'm intending to rewrite ''or'' heavily edit a number of pages in the vein of my Nandi bear rewrite soon (if everyone's alright with that!), I'd prefer to create and add the maps during the rewriting, instead of right now. Here are the cryptids I have coordinates for - some have only the general location (no less specific than province or county), whilst some are specific down to a few yards.
 
In any case, my full cryptid map currently includes the following cryptids, all of which I can create wiki maps for (though some of them do not have pages, and some may not warrant individual maps). Since I'm intending to rewrite ''or'' heavily edit a number of pages in the vein of my Nandi bear rewrite soon (if everyone's alright with that!), I'd prefer to create and add the maps during the rewriting, instead of right now. Here are the cryptids I have coordinates for - some have only the general location (no less specific than province or county), whilst some are specific down to a few yards.
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I think any attempt to create a map of this sort for Bigfoot sightings would have to be a (well-monitored) community effort. Perhaps a large map could also be made for the lake monsters page, labelling, obviously, all the lakes with monsters reported from them.
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I think any attempt to create a map of this sort for Bigfoot sightings would have to be a (well-monitored) community effort. Perhaps a large map could also be made for the lake monsters page, labelling (obviously) all the lakes with monsters reported from them.

Latest revision as of 23:11, August 6, 2019

One problem I know will occur is that, for some reason, wiki maps wreak havoc with any references used above them. It's a little difficult to explain: here is an example I just made. I know the articles don't currently use inline references, but if it's decided they should, we'll have to think of a way of fixing this problem.

In any case, my full cryptid map currently includes the following cryptids, all of which I can create wiki maps for (though some of them do not have pages, and some may not warrant individual maps). Since I'm intending to rewrite or heavily edit a number of pages in the vein of my Nandi bear rewrite soon (if everyone's alright with that!), I'd prefer to create and add the maps during the rewriting, instead of right now. Here are the cryptids I have coordinates for - some have only the general location (no less specific than province or county), whilst some are specific down to a few yards.

Click to see list:
  • Abasambo
  • Abyssal rainbow gar
  • Amikuk
  • Arctotherium
  • Auli (of the Horn of Africa, not Russia)
  • Aypa
  • Bali djaki
  • Boneless
  • Booger bear
  • Bunyip
  • Cave cow
  • Coje ya menia
  • Con rit
  • De Loys' ape
  • Dientudo
  • Dilali
  • Dingonek
  • Earth hound
  • Emela-ntouka
  • Entzaeia-yawa
  • Esakar-paki
  • Ethiopian vampire bat
  • Fantasma de los riscos
  • Father-of-all-the-turtles
  • Five-lined constellation fish
  • Gambo
  • Gassingram
  • Gazeka
  • Giant dragonfish
  • Patagonian ground sloth
  • Glowing mudskipper
  • Hadjel
  • Iemisch
  • Ipupiara
  • Kida harara (Karitiana mapinguari)
  • Lake Colhue Huapi monster
  • Lau
  • Loch Ness monster
  • Long-necked sea serpent
  • Lukwata
  • Maipolina
  • Many-finned sea serpent
  • Many-humped sea serpent
  • Mapinguari
  • Marine saurian
  • Mary River gavial
  • Merhorse
  • Milne
  • Minhocao
  • Mokele-mbembe
  • Mourou-ngou
  • Murung River bear
  • Nandi bear
  • Ngoroli
  • Nikaseenithulooyee
  • Nyokodoing
  • Pallid sailfin
  • Pama-yawa
  • Queensland tiger (no less than 19 of them)
  • Ruby Valley monsters
  • Saapaim
  • Sachamama
  • Sapo de loma
  • Saytoechin (beaver-eater)
  • Segamai
  • Shiashia-yawa
  • Sisemite
  • Steller's sea ape
  • Super-eel
  • Super-otter
  • Tatu-aruiap
  • Three-starred anglerfish
  • Tigre dantero
  • Tigre de montagne
  • Tizheruk
  • Tompondrano
  • Tratratratra
  • Trolak wildman
  • Tsere-yawa
  • Tshenkutshen
  • Ujea
  • Urayuli
  • Urchow
  • Veo
  • Waheela
  • Walrus dog
  • Wanjilanko
  • Waracabra tiger
  • Warrigal
  • Wobo
  • Yaquaru
  • Yeho


I think any attempt to create a map of this sort for Bigfoot sightings would have to be a (well-monitored) community effort. Perhaps a large map could also be made for the lake monsters page, labelling (obviously) all the lakes with monsters reported from them.

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