Founded in 1989 by writer James A. Clark, scientist Dr. Paul LeBlond and journalist John Kirk, the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (B.C.S.C.C.) comprises a broadly-based membership of enthusiasts dedicated to the investigation of various animals as yet unidentified by science
Offers a cross-linked list of cryptids, including descriptions and information, sorted alphabetically and by type. Provides an interactive cryptid map, links, and a list of publications and organizations.
Tony Harmsworth's site containing informed comment and personal background views on research during the past 20 years.
Cryptozoology is an interdisciplinary field that pulls from a variety of subject areas. It is defined as the study of hidden animals. As such, many databases can be used for research in it including those from Biology, History, and Literature.
Drawing on dramatic accounts by European colonials, and on detailed studies by folklorists and anthropologists, this work explores intriguing age-old Asian beliefs and claims that man-eating tigers and "little tigers," or leopards alike, were in various ways supernatural. It is a serious work based on extensive research, written in a lively style.