New “Champ” Videos Need Analysis Cryptomundo
A pair of videos from upstate New York that feature something that's not a bear holding a fish. Something's keeping a low profile but fortuntely it's not too far below the surface to avoid being seen. Another creature in the running for the world hide-and-seek championship is the Tasmanian tiger, but they've gotten cocky after some Alleged Thylacine Sightings. Apparently wildlife watchers have been spotting thylacines in northern New South Wales since the last one died in captivity in 1936. If there's one person who'll be swamped with interview requests once the thylacine is confirmed to have survived in the wild is Karl Shuker, and right now he's In the Pink with America's Giant Crypto-Salamanders, on a "dinosaur" called "Pinky" that's made several appearance's along Florida's 300-mile-long St Johns River. Next he writes of another vanishing creature advising Beware Of The Catipoce - The Cheshire Cat's Prefabulous Cousin! A charming tale from the good doctor about his first mystery cat love.