King, North TX Posted November 20, 2012 Share Posted November 20, 2012 Our Earth is still 'not yet fully explored and occupied', so declaring something extinction is almost always a probability thing, right? Coelacanth were thought to be extinct, until one popped up in a fisherman's net, but this is an isolated incident, except that people are both hearing and seeing the giant red headed woodpecker. So with these and other examples readily available, why is cryptozoology so ill-respected respected in general? The question I'd really like an answer to is how would a layman prepare an argument for the non-extinction of anything, sans a body? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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