A bestiary is a compendium, or concise collection information, pertaining to beasts both natural and mystical. These were often used in the middle ages as encyclopedic-like collections. This page serves as a collection of natural (or mystical depending on your point of view) beasts from wild topology. Some of these spaces may be familiar to non-experts and this shouldn’t be a surprise since wild spaces appear in many different areas of mathematics and wild topology borrows tools from many areas.
I will slowly be adding/updating subpages here.
The earring space (earring, shrinking wedge of circles, clamshell)
n-dimensional earring (shrinking wedge of n-spheres)
Alternating Snake Cone
Topologist’s Sine Surfaces