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Thursday, 31 January 2013

One Million Page Views

I had gone to the hospital for a routine checkup earlier in the day and so I missed it when the numbers rolled over. But the Frontiers of Zoology Blog has now had over One Million Page Views!

                                     A tip of the hat in gratitude to our many viewers out there!


  1. Congratulations, Dale!

    I’ve been following your blog, which resurrected my childhood’s interests in cryptozoology, for a couple of years, so I shall thank you for all you are doing.

    BTW, there are some news you may be interested in. The expedition of the Russian Geographical Society has visited the Labynkyr lake ( It seems to be there is no English version of this page yet, but in short: besides other things, they took photographs of skeletal remains and jaws of an animal on the lake’s bottom. There will be more details revealed at about 20:00 (Moscow time) – let’s hope new information will be enough to somehow verify your “sturgeon hypothesis”.

    Yours sincerely,

  2. My information also is that there are giant salamanders much like the Japanese kinds in Southern Siberia, and also that some reports of "Giant snakes" in the area could be giant eels instead. Furthermore some of the reports in the area are pretty definitely sightings of swimming elk (Moose in the USA)


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