Behold, the alligator boy! This truly strange and twisted specimen was recovered from the Florida Eeverglades, where the story of the alligator boy is a local legend. As the story goes, human DNA was introduced into the local wildlife by drunken moonshine runners who hid their ... [more]
Behold, a tiny baby dragon!
They say dragons are born with all the knowledge they will ever possess, but you’ll have ask this guy when he shows up on your doorstep!
During the industrial revolution, the majority of the dragon population of Europe, heretofor based primaril ... [more]
Behold, the skull of the Sasquatch!
The oft rumoured missing link, shadowy denizen of the Rocky Mountains and northern America states, has been an enigma for many years. The most cited arguement contrary to his existence has been the lack of physical evidence; be it scat, fur,... [more]
The woods of Northern Canada hold strange and terrible beasts indeed!
Behold a Griffin!
This creature traditionally in folklore is represented as having the forward part of an eagle and the back half of a lion.
The ones in Northern Canada appear to look more like a combi... [more]
This medium sized version of the Puerto Rican goat sucker is larger than our chupacbra pup, and stranger as well!
The legendary bipedal nature of the chupacabra is evidenced in this specimens whose massive feet could very well be used to hold down it's exsanguinated victims, n... [more]
On August 8, 1842, Phineas Taylor Barnum exhibited for the first time ever the feegee mermaid, which was later to become one of the mainstays of his famous American Museum in New York City. The beast itself was claimed to be the mummified remains of a real mermaid and was accomp... [more]
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