Meets Cryptozoologist Karl Shuker

Meets Cryptozoologist Karl Shuker

There are 3 comments on the Earth Times story from Dec 8, 2010, titled Meets Cryptozoologist Karl Shuker. In it, Earth Times reports that:

Cryptozoology is the study of "hidden" animals. Those animals that have never previously been recognised by the scientific community and rediscovered animals that were thought to be extinct but show up again, often unexpectedly, in their original habitat.

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editorATearthtim esDOTorg

Antwerpen, Belgium

#1 Dec 8, 2010
please remove this content from your site
you have only copied part of the title from our article writen by one of our journalists
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editorATearthtim esDOTorg

Antwerpen, Belgium

#2 Dec 8, 2010
How do I remove a RoboBlogger story?

Sometimes RoboBlogger adds a story to the page that just doesn't belong. These are easy to remove. Click on the "Kill Story" link located underneath the post and choose one of these reasons for removing:

where is it???

looking for kill story link
TOPICCCXSUX

Brugge, Belgium

#3 Aug 6, 2011
topix is a parasitic site
cannot believe it is not removed from every search engine

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