The wildlife photographer and popular author Vikas Khatri has written this thrilling book on mystery animals – all of them living in the world.
The world is a vast place, even today in the early years of the 21st century there are areas that man has not touched or in the least hardly explored. It is in these regions that you will find some mysterious creatures. Almas, a distant Russian cousin of Bigfoot, the original big hairy missing link of the North American mainland Ropen the flying reptile in the jungles of New Guinea. Yowie, the infamous Ape Man of the Australian bush, and Kangamato, the elusive winged creature of West Kenya. These are but just a few of the creatures that are out there, somewhere, just waiting for someone to find that elusive, positive proof of their existence.
Yeti, Skunk Ape, Giant Squid, Bigfoot, Loch Ness, Malaysian Dragon, Queensland Monster, Mongolian Death Worm and many more covered in this book will fight for your attention.
It is a collection of retold stories about 37 animals and creatures – giants as well as small and living in water or on the ground. Each one has been sighted rarely, and in different locations of the world. The description built from the words of mouth of many people makes it difficult to believe whether these creatures are real or imaginary. These animals perhaps live outside the range of human exploration. The accounts are true, nevertheless. You will find each chapter hugely absorbing.
When it comes to weird and unexplained phenomena, the question that arises is, are they really out there. Or is it all in our heads? Either way, it’s fun to explore, which this book does so well in such a clear, logical, and inviting sequence. The book examines both famous and overlooked subjects, including strange phenomena on the planet’s surface. It brings to the fore bizarre tales of incidents and the encounters – some of them hard to believe, with no bias given to a particular tale. Each title tosses up an open question that leads the reader to make up his own mind. The design displays chunks of text and an imaginative placement of photos.
Get ready to move into a world full of animals and creatures that have defied classification.
Great for children and adults alike.
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Vikas Khatri is a wildlife photographer. He was born in Canada in 1970. He is a strong votary of environmental pollution control and has traveled more than 40 countries. His contribution of more than 2000 articles in different newspapers and magazines has made him a household name.
His other popular volumes include, Endangered Animals of the World, 136 Incredible Coincidences, True Ghosts and Spooky Incidents, Dreams and Premonitions, Mysteries Around UFOs and Aliens and many more.