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Re: Survival



ah, but weren't the okapi (the okapi) and the orangutan (the original 'old man' 
of
the forest) both parts of  primitive folklore and discussed amongst
anthropologists as mythological creatures before either actually showed up?

Ronald Orenstein wrote:

>  With the exception of the giant squid, which has been
> known from specimens for over a century now, none of these are typical
> "cryptozoological" animals - ie things rumoured to exist for years, and
> subject to many reported sightings, before being "discovered" by science.

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           Betty Cunningham
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