Carl Marshall is a UK Biologist and Assistant Director for the Center for Fortean Zoology. This is the largest professional, scientific and full-time organization in the world dedicated to cryptozoology - The study of unknown animals.
He has traveled extensively, from Belize to Borneo, searching both for rare species and cryptids. He owns a particularly mischievous French Bulldog, appropriately named Loki. His proudest professional moment was when he worked with Sir David Attenborough and his team while filming finishing shots for a well-known nature documentary. He is now Assistant Director for the Center for Fortean Zoology, the largest professional, scientific, and full-time organization in the world dedicated to cryptozoology - the study of the unknown. He started out as Curator of Insects at the Stratford Upon Avon Butterfly Farm - the largest entomological zoo in Europe for 10 years.