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As well as the popular silverback mountain gorilla.
On Sat, 1 Aug 1998, Bettyc wrote:
> 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.
> Betty Cunningham
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