Trinity Alps giant salamander
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The Trinity Alps giant salamander is an alleged species of giant salamander that is reported to live in the Trinity Alps of northern California. Said to be from 5 to 9 feet (1.5 to 2.7 metres) long, it was first reported in the 1920s. No conclusive proof of this salamander's existence has ever been produced, even though reputable scientists have tried to locate it. The species features in cryptozoology sites.
- Coleman, Loren; Clark, Jerome (May 7, 2013). Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia Of Loch Monsters Sasquatch Chupacabras And Other Authentic Mysteries. Simon and Schuster. p. 93. ISBN 1439147795.
- Fortean Times, Issues 102-106. John Brown Pub. 1997. p. 43.
- Nafis, Gary (2000–2017). "Currently Undescribed or Unrecognized Reptiles and Amphibians occurring in California: Rumors, Unconfirmed Sightings, and Unsolved Mysteries". A Guide to the Amphibians and Reptiles of California (www.californiaherps.com). Retrieved 13 November 2017.
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