Our researchers at The Cryptopotomus Conservancy (with the generous financial support of The Friends of Jeffers van der Westhuizen) have determined that Page 1 of The Crypto Field Guide was drafted on a trip the intrepid author took to the shores of East Gwei, to study the native artisans.
Depicted on this page in fig. 1, the central native welcomes a female traveler aboard a vehicle constructed from the skeletal remains of a Cryptopotomus Enefteeum, a marine relative of the landlubbing, Common Cryptopotomus (Cryptopotomus Commonus).
Though more research into Page 1 is currently underway, it is the opinion of the research team that once aboard this vehicle, artisans seem to have been transfigured into a yet-to-be-discovered gemstone, perhaps diamonds.
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The Cryptopotomus is just one of several endangered species painstakingly catalogued in the pages of the Crypto Field Guide, a journal kept by an unknown explorer, cryptozoologist, biologist, anthropologist, and - as our research suggests - a great lover.
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The Cryptopotomus Conservancy and The Friends of Jeffers van der Westhuizen are fictional groups and people created by the artist, any similarities to actual individuals are purely coincidental.