23 August 2013

Tasmanian Tiger's New Home at International Crytozoology Museum

Tasmanian Tiger by Bigbronze.com

Yesterday morning, August 22nd 2013, we met Mr. Loren Coleman from the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland Maine.  Darren and I spoke to him a few times as he wanted our famous, Tasmanian Tiger in Bronze for his world famous, one of a kind museum for everyone to enjoy.

The International Crytozoology Museum in Portland, Maine, includes exhibits about cryptids (beyond Bigfoot and Nessie).  They also feature displays about the finds of "living fossils" and other classic animals of discovery which are the successful stories of Cryptozoology.  One of their most famous pieces are of course is Coelacanth, which is featured on the museum's logo as Loren has a life-size model at the museum.

From hair samples from a the Abominable Snowman, Bigfoot, Yowie and Orange Pendek to amazing works of art like our Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger), his museum has something for everyone.  All of us are fascinated by Cryptozoology in one way or another.  If you are planning a trip to the Portland, Maine area, make sure to stop by and check out this amazing place.

Loren is a great guy who is very knowledgeable and known around the world for Crytozoology.  He has written several books and travels around the globe looking for new finds, artifacts and information all of the time.  If you travel to the museum and see him there, go say hello and if you have any questions, he is always more than happy to answer them.

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Located in Newark, Delaware, (right off I-95), we are here 9-3 Eastern time.  If you would like to visit, our warehouse showroom is at 66 Albe Drive, Newark, DE 19702.  Looking for anything in particular, email us by clicking here. You may also call us at (302) 738-2190.


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  2. Thank you for the great article. BTW, the beautiful Thylacine is fully installed in our new location (we built a two-story museum) at the International Cryptozoology Museum, Thompson's Point, 32 Resurgam Place, Portland, Maine 04102. We moved there over the summer of 2016.