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What are your thoughts about cryptids?

None of them are real
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I believe in at least some of them
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I am open-minded to the possibility that some may exist
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Postby Aikoriland » Thu Apr 23, 2020 5:58 pm

Cryptids are creatures whose existence is not proven. Examples include Sasquatch, Yeti, Loch Ness Monster, Champ, the Kraken, giant 40+ foot anacondas that allegedly live deep in the Amazon rain forest, tarantulas as big as people that allegedly live deep in the jungles of South America and Africa, chupacabra, Mothman, and Jersey Devil.

Some people believe that cryptids are not real, some firmly believe that they exist, and some simply consider themselves open-minded to the possibility. While most cryptids have very little evidence beyond anecdotes to support their existence, the fact is that this is a very big world and I do think that it is possible for a something that is rare or obscure enough to slip under the radar and remain undiscovered. After all, the colossal squid, frilled shark, platypus, and even the giant tortoise were all originally thought to be just myths and tall tales and are now known to be real creatures.

While I personally do not believe in any particular cryptid, I am open to the possibility that some may be real undiscovered animals.

What about you? Are there any cryptids that you believe in or do you have something related to cryptids you would like to talk about?
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Postby Kathol Rift » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:03 pm

The only one that I really consider to be a possibility is the Chupacabra. I love in that area, and I have seen animals from a long distance while I’m hunting that are a little larger than a coyote, jet black, and move fast. Is it a chupacabra? A Mexican wolf? A coy wolf? A subspecies of coyote? I don’t know, but I have seen enough to be open to the idea of it being real in some form. And I’m always open to the possibility of new animals that were previously considered myth to be real, I just don’t think most “cryptids” are.
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Postby Aikoriland » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:09 pm

Kathol Rift wrote:The only one that I really consider to be a possibility is the Chupacabra. I love in that area, and I have seen animals from a long distance while I’m hunting that are a little larger than a coyote, jet black, and move fast. Is it a chupacabra? A Mexican wolf? A coy wolf? A subspecies of coyote? I don’t know, but I have seen enough to be open to the idea of it being real in some form. And I’m always open to the possibility of new animals that were previously considered myth to be real, I just don’t think most “cryptids” are.


The chupacabra is definitely pretty interesting, but there are two different versions of it seems. The first version to be reported was said to be a reptilian-like creature that was 3 to 4 feet tall, a biped, hopped like a kangaroo, had colorful spikes along its back, a canine-like mouth, and large red or green glowing eyes. This version seems to be the one that is reported most in Latin America, Russia, and the Philippines.

The second version is said to just look like a mutated dog which is the one most reported in the United States. This one is easily explainable as either wild hybrid dogs or coyotes infected with mange.
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Postby Albrenia » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:11 pm

A good idea for a thread, imho.

I'm of the general opinion that the majority of them are not real. However, that's not to say we know about all of the species which inhabit our world, so who knows, a few of them (or similar creatures, at least) may well exist.

A population of 8-foot tall apes living in the US countryside is almost certainly false, but a strange creature living in the dark depths of the ocean that we don't know about is far more likely.

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Postby Aikoriland » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:14 pm

Albrenia wrote:A good idea for a thread, imho.

I'm of the general opinion that the majority of them are not real. However, that's not to say we know about all of the species which inhabit our world, so who knows, a few of them (or similar creatures, at least) may well exist.

A population of 8-foot tall apes living in the US countryside is almost certainly false, but a strange creature living in the dark depths of the ocean that we don't know about is far more likely.


What about giant snakes and tarantulas deep in the remote jungles of South America and Africa?
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Postby Albrenia » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:16 pm

Aikoriland wrote:
Albrenia wrote:A good idea for a thread, imho.

I'm of the general opinion that the majority of them are not real. However, that's not to say we know about all of the species which inhabit our world, so who knows, a few of them (or similar creatures, at least) may well exist.

A population of 8-foot tall apes living in the US countryside is almost certainly false, but a strange creature living in the dark depths of the ocean that we don't know about is far more likely.


What about giant snakes and tarantulas deep in the remote jungles of South America and Africa?


Depending on your definition of 'giant', snakes of such a size do reasonably exist. Spiders can't grow beyond a certain size however, at least not with our current atmosphere, without dying of suffocation (I think).

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Postby Aikoriland » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:23 pm

Albrenia wrote:
Aikoriland wrote:
What about giant snakes and tarantulas deep in the remote jungles of South America and Africa?


Depending on your definition of 'giant', snakes of such a size do reasonably exist. Spiders can't grow beyond a certain size however, at least not with our current atmosphere, without dying of suffocation (I think).


Oh, right. I think I actually remember reading about how a spider's book lungs shouldn't allow them to grow that large.
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Postby Costa Fierro » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:23 pm

I am a believer of the existence of Bigfoot, or at the very least, open to its existence. I'm also confident that moa were not rendered extinct, and that there's a small population of them living deep in the mountains of Fiordland.
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Postby Necroghastia » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:27 pm

I would love if many of them turned out to be real, but I lack confidence that most are. There are a few I have hopes for, such as extant populations of thylacines.
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Postby Aikoriland » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:29 pm

Costa Fierro wrote:I am a believer of the existence of Bigfoot, or at the very least, open to its existence. I'm also confident that moa were not rendered extinct, and that there's a small population of them living deep in the mountains of Fiordland.


That's interesting and it certainly be wouldn't surprising to me if Moa and Elephant birds were still living in remote areas.
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Postby MineLegotia and Equestria » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:32 pm

Some of the Cryptids, in my opinion, are probably animals that hunters misidentified in my opinion, but some of them are very wack that it's hard to believe someone saw an already identified animal and went "OH GOD ITS A DEMON"

What are your guys explanation for Cryptid sightings?
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Postby Rojava Free State » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:34 pm

The dover demon always peaked my interest.
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Postby Albrenia » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:39 pm

MineLegotia and Equestria wrote:What are your guys explanation for Cryptid sightings?


Like with UFO sightings, a range of human error for the vast majority of them. Most would probably be honest mistakes of identification and scale, with a smaller subset being people lying or being misled, and an even smaller fraction just being mental illness or intoxication induced.

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Postby MineLegotia and Equestria » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:44 pm

Albrenia wrote:
MineLegotia and Equestria wrote:What are your guys explanation for Cryptid sightings?


Like with UFO sightings, a range of human error for the vast majority of them. Most would probably be honest mistakes of identification and scale, with a smaller subset being people lying or being misled, and an even smaller fraction just being mental illness or intoxication induced.

That's a decent explanation, and would explain some of the more... wackier ones.
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Postby Vetalia » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:50 pm

I strongly believe that the sightings of the Mothman in the late 1960s in SE Ohio were factual as Keel noted in the Mothman Prophecies...people don't make that stuff up on their own. Bigfeet seem very likely as well and I still have no explanation of the Alien Big Cats.

There are some good stories of one-off cryptids from Tom Slemen's collection of tales based in Liverpool that seem very plausible to me, too. Parasitic grave worms and some thing that lived in a garbage chute.
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Postby Aikoriland » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:50 pm

MineLegotia and Equestria wrote:
Albrenia wrote:
Like with UFO sightings, a range of human error for the vast majority of them. Most would probably be honest mistakes of identification and scale, with a smaller subset being people lying or being misled, and an even smaller fraction just being mental illness or intoxication induced.

That's a decent explanation, and would explain some of the more... wackier ones.


I had a professor at my old university that claimed she once saw a rainbow colored spider with fairy-like wings that screamed. She had a drug problem.
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Postby MineLegotia and Equestria » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:52 pm

Aikoriland wrote:
MineLegotia and Equestria wrote:That's a decent explanation, and would explain some of the more... wackier ones.


I had a professor at my old university that claimed she once saw a rainbow colored spider with fairy-like wings that screamed. She had a drug problem.

Meanwhile, without drugs every night I look at my pile of clothes it looks a demon
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MineLegotia and Equestria wrote:
Aikoriland wrote:
I had a professor at my old university that claimed she once saw a rainbow colored spider with fairy-like wings that screamed. She had a drug problem.

Meanwhile, without drugs every night I look at my pile of clothes it looks a demon


So did she :p
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I'm openminded. It wouldn't surprise me if there were ancient creatures lurking in the depths of the ocean. I don't think Bigfoot is real though.
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One cryptid I find really interesting is Chris Chan. He's been spotted a large number of times in Virginia and is known to sometimes throw rocks at girls with notes attached to them.
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Postby Aikoriland » Thu Apr 23, 2020 7:37 pm

Pax Nerdvana wrote:I'm openminded. It wouldn't surprise me if there were ancient creatures lurking in the depths of the ocean. I don't think Bigfoot is real though.


On that note, what about the megalodon? Is it really extinct or has it just gotten so rare that we think it's extinct?
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Aikoriland wrote:
Pax Nerdvana wrote:I'm openminded. It wouldn't surprise me if there were ancient creatures lurking in the depths of the ocean. I don't think Bigfoot is real though.


On that note, what about the megalodon? Is it really extinct or has it just gotten so rare that we think it's extinct?

My thoughts exactly. We know so little about the ocean. Anything could be hiding there.
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I know I've heard that name before. Who is he again?
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Postby Rojava Free State » Thu Apr 23, 2020 7:47 pm

Pax Nerdvana wrote:
Aikoriland wrote:
On that note, what about the megalodon? Is it really extinct or has it just gotten so rare that we think it's extinct?

My thoughts exactly. We know so little about the ocean. Anything could be hiding there.
Rojava Free State wrote:One cryptid I find really interesting is Chris Chan. He's been spotted a large number of times in Virginia and is known to sometimes throw rocks at girls with notes attached to them.

I know I've heard that name before. Who is he again?


He created sonichu. He's a picture of what happens when you raise an autistic child wrong and are a shitty parent in general.
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