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Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Neanderthal- the extinct cavemen

-is an extinct member of the Homo genus
-known from Pleistocene specimens found in Europe and parts of western and central Asia
-classified as a subspecies of human(Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis) or as a separate
species (Homo Neanderthalensis)
-Neanderthals were named after "Neander Valley", where the first Neanderthal were
found
-Neanderthal skulls were first discovery in Engis, Belgium (1829), and in Forbes'
Quarry, Gibraltar (1848)
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Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Gnome- mythical or real

- gnomes feature in the legends of many of central, northern and eastern European lands
by other names:
+ kaukis is a Prussian gnome
+ babegazi is a gnome-like creature with big feet in the traditions of France and
Switzerland
+ vættir is a Iceland gnomes
-according to the certain medieval beliefs, gnomes were deformed with a hunchback, and
were led by their king, Gob, who ruled with his magic sword
-there are many claims from people about gnomes. People claiming that they saw the
living gnomes starting year 1917 until October 2008. Some sightings were recorded in
videos.
-for more information, go to

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Caspian Tiger a.k.a Persian Tiger

-Caspian tiger was the westernmost subspecies of tiger found in Iran, Iraq,
Afghanistan, Turkey, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Caucasus, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and
Uzbekistan
-it apparently became extinct in the late 1950s
-it have strong legs, large, wide paws, large claws, has a yellow-gold color over
the back and flanks, while the sides of the body are lighter than the back and the
striping also varies from light to dark brown,chest and abdomen is white with
yellow stripes, while the facial area is yellow with brown stripes on the forehead
and obvious white patches around the eyes and cheeks
-it coloration resemble to Bengal Tiger
-male tiger were large and weighed 169-240kg
-female tiger were weighed 85-135kg

Cryptozoology.com

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