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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Pterosaur or “Dragon” Sighting in California

A lady in Lakewood, California, saw a “dragon pteradactal” in the middle of the day, on June 19, 2012, only about twenty feet away. She was shocked to see it but she also accidentally frightened the creature. It flew away but not before revealing to the eyewitness a featherless appearance and a long tail with …

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Flying Fox and Pterosaur Sightings

In Papua New Guinea, and in surrounding countries in that part of the world, the flying fox fruit bat, with many species, is prevalent. Some of those bigger “Old World” bats may attain wingspans of over four feet, really big for a bat. But what does the flying fox bat have to do with modern dinosaurs …

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Garth Guessman, another active cryptozoologist

Literally and figuratively following in the footsteps of his friend David Woetzel, Garth Guessman, of California, has searched for creatures that Western science declares extinct. After these two Americans had consulted with the missionary Jim Blume, on the mainland of Papua New Guinea in 2004, they took a small plane to Umboi Island, home of …

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