Morag (Mòrag, Mhorag) is a cryptid that allegedly lives in the depths of Loch Morar in the highlands of Scotland.
The Hoop Snake is a cryptid serpent from folkloric traditions across the U.S. and Canada.
The Beast of Bray Road is an alleged human-wolf cryptid native to Wisconsin.
The Zanzibar leopard was a population of leopards (Panthera pardus) native to Zanzibar Island (Unguja).
The Inkanyamba is a mythical serpentine or eel-like cryptid from Zulu and Xhosa 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 Beast of Bodmin Moor is an alleged big cat from the folklore of Cornwall and Devon in South West England.