The idea that legendary creatures taint the concept of Cryptozoology is presented in the New Scientist. Many people believe legendary creatures, such as Bigfoot and The Loch Ness Monster, are be made up and do not correctly represent science. However, the field of Cryptozoology is not limited to legendary creatures in itself. Cryptozoology includes many different realistic forms of discovered and undiscovered creatures that can be very similar to the creatures our society has already come to know. Alvin Hutchinson reflects on the book Encyclopedia of Cryptozoology: A Global Guide to Hidden Animals and Their Pursuers by Michael Newton, stating that "Scientists estimate that millions of living animals remain undiscovered." Newton's encyclopedia holds over 2000 entries regarding information on previously unknown animals and evidence of where they have been seen.