Nonfiction books about modern pterosaurs

Whether called “pterosaur,” “pterodactyl,” “Big Bird,” “flying dinosaur,” “dragon,” or “ropen,” this large flying creature, unclassified by modern science, is the subject of several modern nonfiction books. Live Pterosaurs in America Jonathan Whitcomb wrote this nonfiction, in 2009, after receiving many emails from Americans who reported sightings of apparent pterosaurs in the United States. The sighting locations …

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Nonfiction book on Acambaro figurines

Mystery in Acambaro, (by Charles Hapgood, reprinted in 2000), brings to light the many clay figurines, some of which depict dinosaurs interacting with humans. According to Amazon.com, “Hapgood researched the Acambaro collection . . . with Erle Stanley Gardner . . . in the mid-1960s. . . . hundreds of clay figurines that are apparently thousands of years old; however, they …

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Book about living pterosaurs in the U.S.

Live Pterosaurs in America: Sightings of Apparent Pterosaurs in the United States–this nonfiction paperback may be the only book ever written about apparent pterosaurs seen across the country, from West Coast to East Coast and from Texas to Maine. But this is more than just a compilation of eyewitness stories; the reasons for the delay in …

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Ohio pterosaur sightings

The Antwerp Bee-Argus newspaper (Aug 5, 2009 issue) published an article about a young man’s two daylight sightings of what seem to have been the same apparent Rhamphornynchoid pterosaur, seen in 2002 and 2003. “He described it like a pterosaur, according to a recently-published book, Live Pterosaurs in America. It was reported to be chasing …

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