The Vegetable Lamb of Tartary is a legendary zoophyte of central Asia, believed to grow sheep as its fruit. The sheep were connected to the plant by an umbilical cord and grazed the land around the plant. When all the plants were gone, both the plant and sheep died.
When its pleas to be released were answered, the bishop-fish peaced out by making the sign of the cross and diving back into the ocean.
The Skunk Ape kinda sounds like Big Foot’s obnoxious cousin that doesn’t get invited to family reunions.
He’s also in a couple video games!
D’awwww, who’s a cute little tatzelwurm!
No freaking idea why spring heeled Jack is on wiki’s list of cryptids, but I’ll take it. Mainly because it brings me great joy in the form of amusement.
Distribution of bigfoot sightings by state.
Damn Ohio, what happened?
“The [trunkowhale] reputedly washed up on Margate Beach but despite being there for 10 days, no scientist ever investigated the carcass while it was beached, so no reliable description has been published, and until September 2010 it was assumed that no photographs of it had ever been published. Some people who have never been identified were reported to have described the animal as possessing snowy-white fur, an elephantine trunk, a lobster-like tail, and a carcass devoid of blood.”
Sadly, this was discovered to be “discredited-whale blubber.” (Thanks wikipedia.)
Times are hard for globsters.