Mamlambo is a mythical shape-shifting water spirit or river goddess in Xhosa and Zulu (South African) mythology. It may manifest as a freshwater reptile-fish monster or a mermaid (woman-fish chimera).
The Elwetritsch is a bird- or fowl-like cryptid from German folklore.
Morag (Mòrag, Mhorag) is a cryptid that allegedly lives in the depths of Loch Morar in the highlands of Scotland.
The Kongamato is a flying reptilian cryptid allegedly native to the remote, dense, swampy forests and wetlands of East, Central, and parts of South Africa.
The Ahool is a winged cryptid allegedly native to the remote forests of Western Java, an island part of Indonesia.
The Hoop Snake is a cryptid serpent from folkloric traditions across the U.S. and Canada.
The Inkanyamba is a mythical serpentine or eel-like cryptid from Zulu and Xhosa folklore.
Cadborosaurus is a sea monster from North American folklore.
The Morgawr is an alleged sea monster in the folklore of Cornwall, South West England. Morgawr means “sea monster” or “sea giant” in the Cornish language.