Why does furless = mystery?
First, the Montauk Monster… it was a raccoon.
Then, that poor Golum-like creature in Panama … sloth.
I call muskrat.
Doesn’t that seem more logical than an “omajinaakoos”? How about we consider comparison to local animals first? Mmmkay?
Why does everything get labeled ‘mysterious’ when it doesn’t take too much to reach a more rational explanation? Are we THAT disconnected from nature that we get freaked out over common creatures? And, puh-leeze, why is EVERYTHING a monster?! That word is highly overused.
UPDATE: DoctorAtlantis says mink. Great call – and a day before Cryptomundo.