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Cryptozoology Toys



Whether you are a conspiracy theorist or just like the crazy animals they believe in, you'll love these cryptozoology toys. Featured creatures include Nessie the Lock Ness monster, Bigfoot, the chupacabra, the mothman and The Jersey Devil (who was new to me). But where's the abominable snowman?

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Never heard of the Jersey Devil? Where did you think the hockey team got the name? Stay out of the Pine Barrens at night....the haunting grounds of the Leeds Devil.....
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You know those small toy Noah's Ark replicas for kids? I would so put these guys on that and stick it on computer table, then that story might actualy make sense and be alot cooler too!
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I rarely play the role of a nit-picker. That being said, conspiracy theorists and cryptozoologists are not the same. Although, I am sure there is a lot of overlap.

There are many, many, many supposed cryptids in the world. Besides those listed above there is the Mongolian Death Worm, Mokele-Mbembe and the Thunderbird for highly discussed cryptids. There are also several supposedly unique cases of ape type men. Big Foot, the Skunk Ape, the Minnesota Iceman, and more! The Wendigo is sometimes thought of being like the other "Big Foots" but the supposed origins actually seem to consider it more a combination of werewolf, troll and ape.
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It's the mothman! Gosh, I would have loved one of those when I was fourteen... I would have gotten a Richard Gere doll and would have made them fight each other!I might have to get one just to say I have a mothman doll...
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