TheGhostMan was absolutely right. The categories didn't make sense and there needed to be more specific categories to improve the wiki's quality. So, thus came forth the rules set beside for the categories on Cryptid Wiki. Help edit and improve these categories, so that we can have a stable wiki.
A category for anything not regarding a particular cryptid, but for the wiki in general, such as this article
The main super category that contains all cryptids. All other categories are subcategories to it, in exception to browse and former cryptid
Former cryptids that have been definitively proven to exist. You cannot add something such as Bigfoot or the Loch Ness monster to former cryptids because you think you have seen one, or because you believe in the cryptid and/or the evidence is overwhelming, the creature has to be scientifically excepted and definitvely proven to be a former cryptid. Former cryptids also have to have been believed to exist by some before their discovery.
Humanoids are cryptids with body structures the same as or very similiar to a human. To be a humanoid, they have to have arms, legs and head[s] in the same place as a human. If they are missing a limb, have one or two misplaced limbs, or a small amount of features different, they are still humanoids if they bear resembelance to humans in this way.
Hairy humanoids are humanoids with lots of hair. Not all humanoid mammals are hairy humanoids, however. The grey aliens, for example, are believed by some to be the descendents of humans from the future, or hominin from another universe, however, despite speculation about them being mammals, they have little to no hair, so they would not be in this category. Most primates would be in this category, however.
Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs
All Dinosaur cryptids, meaning cryptids that are/are closely related to dinosaurs fall into this category. As do pterosaurs. Birds would also fall into this category, being considered part of dinosauria themselves. Plesiosaurs, however, do not fall into this category, as they are not part of dinosauria or pterosauria.
Any cryptid who is believed to be a bat. Dragons and Pterosaurs may also be put in this category if one of the possible explanations is a bat.
Dragons and Dragonoids
Any winged reptillian cryptid that does not appear to be a Dinosaur, bat, or Pterosaur.