Now comes the question that us fellow "cryptozoologists" often wonder. Why can't it be a job? Every science has a question, some sort of unknown that has to be found, and quite evidently cryptozoology has the question that asks "What exists out there?" I think it can be a solid career, we've only explored 5% of the ocean and about 75% of land. So there's a good chance that Cryptids exist, maybe there's life in another galaxy. The question still remains, why can't it be a job?