Monday, March 20, 2006
Bigfoot:"...Once in a while, some fantastic discovery reminds us of how much we never knew. It happened in 1938 with the discovery of the 'living fossil' coelacanth, believed extinct for 65 million years, and in 1976 with not just a new species but a whole new family of deep-sea sharks. (And they were five-metre-long monsters dubbed 'Megamouths' — how on Earth had they remained completely unknown to science until the mid-1970s?)
About the same time..."