Category Archives: Southwest Pacific

Books on Living Pterosaurs

By modern-pterosaur expert Jonathan David Whitcomb Let’s divide these cryptozoology books into three types: Worldwide sightings in general Pterosaur encounters in North America Sightings in the Southwest Pacific In addition, some of the nonfiction books are entirely about these featherless … Continue reading

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Extinct Pterosaurs or Alive?

I’ve communicated with only a few paleontologists over the past eleven years of my investigation. In general, a fossil expert will fight against the possibility of a modern pterosaur until an eventual admission emerges: He will admit there is a … Continue reading

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Donald Prothero and “Fake” Pterosaurs

In a blog post last month,┬áby Dr. Prothero, “Fake Pterosaurs and Sock Puppets,” he begins with a long paragraph about the credibility weaknesses in many “monster myths that had been handed down over decades by many different authors.” That paragraph … Continue reading

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Do Dragons Live in Caves?

Many species of bats live in countless caves around the world, but what about larger flying creatures, the ones long thought extinct according to generations of Western traditions? What about ropens, called by some persons┬ádragons? Destination Truth “Demon Flyer” Episode … Continue reading

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