A mysterious primate resembling a monkey was spotted in a Park UK.
But it is doubtful if it is a Monkey.
There are lots of instances where hitherto unknown animals have been found.
I do not know what Darwinian would say to this.
I have been already labelled as antiDarwin and an ignoramus in comments in Times of India , when people could not reply my queries.
Let me add further by posting a Photo Essay on the animals hitherto unknown.
This creature was found by Russian soldiers on Sakhalin shoreline. Sakhalin area is situated near to Japan, it’s the most eastern part of Russia, almost 5000 miles to East from Moscow (Russia is huge). People don’t know who is it. According to the bones and teeth – it is not a fish. According to its skeleton – it’s not a crocodile or alligator. It has a skin with hair or fur. It has been said that it was taken by Russian special services for in-depth studies, and we are lucky that people who encountered it first made those photos before it was brought away.
Giant sea stars or starfish that measure 24 inches (60 centimeters) across are held by Sadie Mills, left, and Niki Davey of New Zealand’s National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research on February 15, 2008.
The 19-inch-long (50-centimeter-long) creature might be a tunicate, or sea squirt, say scientists who found it during a large-scale survey of Antarctic life in early 2008.
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A mysterious beast can be seen clearly the head, legs, teeth and tail. Not only enough scales wrote CNN. Now scientists have a long work on the study. via Hubpages
A Rare White Turtle which was found on the riverbank of the Yellow River in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China
The Surinam Toad (Pipa pipa) lives in the Forests and marshes of South America. It has no tongue or teeth