Karl Shuker gives us a historical perspective on the Mongolian Death worm purported to stalk the sands of the Gobi desert, occasionally claiming victims both animal and human and possibly using poison or electric shock to kill. Stories of the giant worm have persisted for centuries but no real evidence has been found even on recent expeditions. Inexplicata tells us of A Strange Creature Reported in Salta Province in Argentina. A "hairy hominid" is being reported in a very remote area of the province, terrorizing livestock and farmers alike. The farmers are asking for help from the local police. On the same theme of hirsute hominids, Beachcombing is pondering the origin of The Hairies: Thoughts from Africa, with historical reports of hairy men spotted in Africa. Meanwhile, Frontiers of Zoology scares up some interesting Giant Sturgeon Evidence at Loch Ness and authorities in Gunthersville, Alabama are scratching their heads, perplexed over the discovery of a Mystery shark found in lake. It appears to us that the only mystery here is who threw their pet shark into the lake.