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    Paranormal – Cryptozoology

    1. Bigfoot/Sasquatch: Reports of a large, bipedal ape-like creature predominantly come from the Pacific North West of North America. Known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch, eyewitness accounts describe a creature approximately 6-9 feet tall covered in hair with a strong, unpleasant smell.
    2. Loch Ness Monster: Known affectionately as Nessie, this creature is said to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. Though accounts vary, most describe it as large with a long neck, a hump, and flippers.
    3. Yeti/Abominable Snowman: Hailing from the Himalayas, Yeti is described as a bipedal, ape-like creature larger than a human often associated with harsh winter climates.
    4. Chupacabra: Originating from Latin America, Chupacabra has been described in several ways but commonly as a heavy creature, the size of a small bear, with a row of spines from the neck to the base of the tail.
    5. Mothman: Said to dwell in West Virginia, USA, Mothman is often described as a bipedal, winged creature with glowing red eyes and the ability to fly with incredible speed and silence.
    6. Mongolian Death Worm: Believed to inhabit the Gobi Desert, this creature is said to be a large, worm-like entity around two to five feet in length that possesses the ability to spit acid and discharge electricity.
    7. Jersey Devil: The Jersey Devil is purportedly a flying biped with hooves native to the Pine Barrens of Southern New Jersey. It is often described as having a goat-like head, bat wings, hooves, and a forked tail.
    8. Kraken: This enormous sea creature has its roots in Scandinavian folklore, where it’s described as a cephalopod-like entity so large that it can be mistaken for an island when it surfaces.
    9. El Chupacabra: This creature from Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the United States is often described as a heavy, small-sized creature with spiky hair and a row of spines extending from the neck to the base of the tail. It’s reputed for attacking and drinking the blood of livestock.
    10. Ogopogo: A creature reported to live in Canada’s Okanagan Lake, similar to the Loch Ness Monster. It is described usually as a serpentine creature, around 40-50 feet long.