C.P. Marshall

C.P. Marshall

Carl P. Marshall is a distinguished cryptozoologist with an extensive professional background in entomology. He has undertaken numerous expeditions to remote corners of the world in search of elusive animals and cryptids. His expertise has been featured on a variety of television and radio programs, where he has engaged in discussions about unknown and displaced creatures, with a special focus on venomous invertebrates discovered in supermarket produce.

Perhaps his most significant achievement is his innovative use of cryptozoological methods to locate and capture photographic evidence of an unrecorded population of Sumatran tigers, which he subsequently submitted to the tiger conservation division of the World Wildlife Fund. Moreover, he played a crucial role in the discovery of lynx spoor in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, and in finding confirmed leopard DNA in the Stroud Valleys. He currently makes his home in Warwickshire, England.


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