The Bear Lake Monster is a cryptid from the folklore of the Bear Lake area in the Western United States. Bear Lake is a freshwater lake straddling the Utah-Idaho border.
The Inkanyamba is a mythical serpentine or eel-like cryptid from Zulu and Xhosa folklore.
Cadborosaurus is a sea monster from North American folklore.
Storsjöodjuret (or Storsjöodjur) is a lake monster from Swedish folklore.
The Lake Worth Monster is a cryptid many people reported sighting in the summer of 1969 at Lake Worth and Greer Island, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United States.
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.
The Waheela is a wolf-like cryptid allegedly native to Canada’s Northwest Territories and Alaska. The creature purportedly hails from the South Nahanni River area.
The Loveland Frog is an alleged froglike humanoid native to Ohio.
The African pygmy elephant (Loxodonta pumilio, also known as Loxodonta fransseni) is an alleged diminutive variety of the African forest elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis).
The Beast of Bodmin Moor is an alleged big cat from the folklore of Cornwall and Devon in South West England.