Dinanthropoides Nivalis

Dinanthropoides Nivalis It showed up dark against the snow, and as far as I could make out, wore no clothes.  –N.A. Tombazi, Royal Geographical Society photographer   Many ancient Tibetans worshipped a being known as mi rgod, a term that translates to “wild man.” The Lepecha people of the Himalayas called him chu mung, which means […]

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Chupacabras   In March 1995, a strange occurrence transpired on the island of Puerto Rico. Residents found eight sheep dead. Eight is not an unprecedented number of animals to perish at the same time, but it’s certainly strange. Odder still, however, was the state of the sheep. They had been drained of all their blood.

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