|The Old and Rather Unoriginal Looking Bizarre Zoology Blog Logo|
|The new logo of the Bizarre Zoology blog!|
"Featured in the banner art are several well known and lesser known cryptids. From top left is a famous image: Laclan Stuart's 1951 "Nessie" photograph. Below is an unidentified carcass from the Pacific. And in the flask on the right is a specimen of the truly amazing "Cyclops" shark. A true anomaly any day. The missing puzzle piece represents the elusive hairy giants known as Sasquatch, the Bigfoot of North America."
I do wish to expand on each element in the painting now, so that the viewer can know what bizarre animals make up the new logo. The alleged "Loch Ness Monster" photograph which is being portrayed at the top left is intriguing in the way that it resembles the humps which many witnesses report, but sadly the photograph was a hoax using bails of hay covered in tarps. However, many witnesses of alleged sea and lake "monsters" do report undulating humps which are similar to the portrayal in this painting and these alleged animals may posssess fatty humps.
|Eyewitness drawing of a long necked "sea serpent" which appears to have fatty humps|
|The one eyed, albino dusky shark: a bizarre specimen on the new logo.|
|In our discussions regarding Sasquatch, Mr. Finley has told me that he thinks these animals are giant hominins, and that Meganthropus may be a good candidate.|