Expeditions

At the Centre for Fortean Zoology we are very proud of our programme of expeditions and investigations both at home and abroad. Over the years we have travelled to every continent except for Antarctica in search of the answers to the great mysteries of zoology. However, we feel that it is more important to, one possible, carry out a series of investigations in the same place in search of the answers to the same mysteries, rather than go running, hell for leather, around the world as the whim takes us. The latter is adventure tourism, the former, science.

Here you can read the expedition reports which are constantly being updated.

2010: India
Mande Burung
2010: Texas
Blue dogs
2009: Sumatra
Blue dogs
2008: Russia
Almasti
2007: Guyana
Giant anaconda; didi; red faced dwarves
2006: The Gambia
Ninki Nanka; The Bungalow Beach carcass; Armitage’s skink
2006: The Gambia Blog
Ninki Nanka; The Bungalow Beach carcass; Armitage’s skink
2005: Loch Ness (part one)
Eunuch eel hypothesis
2004: Loch Morar
Eunuch eel hypothesis
2003: Sumatra
Orang Pendek
2003: Bolam Lake
BHM Phenomena
2003: Staffordshire
Escaped crocodilian
2002: Co. Durham
Wallaby Mutilation
2002:Lancashire
The “Monster” of Martin Mere
2000: Thailand
The Naga