Pretended Abduction of Baby by Bird

A Golden Eagle or some other large predatory bird is seen to carry away a toddler in a Youtube video called “Golden Eagle Snatches Kid.” It’s been shown to have been just a pretended abduction. The shadows do not match up with each other, in all instances. Before the pretended eagle gets close to the …

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Can a Cryptozoologist be a Pterodactyl Expert?

Nobody questions the paleontologist’s expertise in fossils, including the bones of old pterosaurs. But can a cryptozoologist be an expert in eyewitness reports of modern “pterodactyls?” It seems to depend on ones point of view. If no extant species of pterosaurs exists, then no cryptozoologist can be an expert in those nonexistent flying animals;  but …

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Two Years of Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs Alive

With the two year anniversary of Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs Alive, let’s look back on some of the better postings, beginning with earlier ones. Ohio Pterosaur The old newspaper Antwerp Bee-Argus published the eyewitness account of the man who had seen a long-tailed pterosaur twice, in daylight and in different summers, at the same place: at …

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Wingspan Estimates Eliminate Hoax

Recent statistics have been analyzed for sighting data that goes back several decades. It is amazing what can be learned from the ninety-eight reports, especially from the fifty-seven wingspan estimates. Wingspan, Statistics, and Hoax-Not Why examine the possibility that a significant portion of the sighting reports might have come from hoaxers who were trying to …

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