True-Life Adventure and Cryptozoology – Nonfiction

The post below is a revision, substituting the fourth edition of late-2014 nonfiction book for the third edition that was published earlier that year. If you would be offended at a nonfiction book about conservative Christians who search for modern pterosaurs and proclaim that the General Theory of Evolution is patently false, then “this book is not for you.” Likewise, avoid …

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Pterodactyls in the Philippines?

I sometimes learn of encounters between one or more eyewitnesses in the Philippines and a pterodactyl or flying creature with no feathers. I have also been informed of legends in that Asian country. One of them is the legend of the Berbalangs of Cagayan de Sulu, an island that is now called Mapun Island. The Berbalangs were said to …

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Biology Professors and Pterosaurs Alive

A survey questionnaire on pterosaur sightings was recently sent to biology professors at four large universities in the USA. Less than 2% of the biology faculty members replied, but not all of them are completely convinced that all species of pterosaurs became extinct many millions of years ago. The average score for the living pterosaur …

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Long Tails of Pterosaurs

Regarding sightings of live pterosaurs, let’s be clear about what we’re talking about with long tails. Most eyewitnesses either do not mention anything about the tail or mention that it was long. Relatively few tell us that there was not any long tail. For example: Irvine, California, Pterosaur Sighting In the summer of 2007, just north …

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