- n. cryptozoology One who studies cryptozoology.
“It featured a "cryptozoologist" and a retired police detective homicide, I believe.”
“Cameras will follow the Hillstrands as they hunt the sea monster, which cryptozoologist Dr. Paul LeBlond of the University of British Columbia says could be a prehistoric sea animal long thought to be extinct.”
“Long before Jurassic Park, cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson had his own vision of a world where dinosaurs and other fossil saurians came back to battle with mankind.”
“However, the documented sighting of a plesiosaur, a water-bound creature, in 1923 made cryptozoologist believe that the specimen of these monsters existed in the lake at least 200 years ago.”
“The more adventurous can read tales of animals that seem tantalizingly out of reach on cryptozoologist Loren Coleman's Cryptomundo, a website specializing in tales of lake monsters, wild men living in the forest and other creatures whose existence remains unverified.”
“It's creator is Dr. Karl Shuker, a cryptozoologist and author.”
“She's a cryptozoologist and professional ballroom dancer with a thing for guns and a colony of pantheistic cryptid mice living in her kitchen cupboards.”
“She's a refreshingly low-nonsense girl, for a monster hunting cryptozoologist who fights the forces of evil with ballroom dance.”
“Another cryptozoologist suggests it may have been a mesonychid, which is a hoofed predator from the Eocene period approx.”
“Magnus describes herself as, among other things, a cryptozoologist, but her interest in these creatures is not only altruistic and scientific.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cryptozoologist’.
Looking for tweets for cryptozoologist.