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Cryptids are monsters... except that cryptids could actually exist! When talking about Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster you're talking about something that could live right on this Earth right now! On Cryptid Wiki, we document all of the possible information you can get about cryptids and determine if they're real or not.
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|Featured Article (May 2019)|
Slothfoot, a mysterious cryptid said to resemble prehistoric ground sloths, has been sighted across North America from Canada to Mexico. On March 10, 1797, Thomas Jefferson presented a paper on the bones of a creature he named Megalonyx ("giant claw"). He asked Lewis and Clark, as they planned their famous expedition in 1804–1806, to keep an eye out for living specimens.
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