Two Ptreodactyl Species Found Alive in Papua New Guinea

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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 3:50 pm » by Savwafair2012


Found alive: Two Flying Dinosaur Species in Papua New Guinea [with videos]


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Bat-like wings, a beak full of razor sharp teeth, tearing claws, a long tail with a flanged end, is this night-flying reptile a figment of the imagination? Or does it provide living proof that dinosaurs still exist today in far-flung and obscure little corners of the world. Researchers have unearthed the pterosaur, 2010.

The Ropen (Demon-flyer) has terrified the people of Papua New Guinea for thousands of years, a monster of the skies that swoops down on its unsuspecting prey, often at night, and carries them off to its lair.

The world is full of tales of mythical beasts (the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, the Yhetti) and expeditions costing millions of dollars have been carried out, often with the same result: little or no evidence, so the myth lives on.

Not so with the Ropen, or Dimorphodon Pterosaur, the flying reptile which is supposed to have died out 65 million years ago with the rest of the dinosaurs, because, according to American-based researcher Terrence Aym*, “Eyewitness reports – collected by determined exploration teams seeking strong evidence of the creatures – have led serious researchers to the conclusion that two distinct animals exist”.

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Meet the Ropen and the smaller Duah, a relative. Eye-witness reports from teams of researchers go hand in hand with local folklore, telling of terrifying flying beasts with long beaks crammed with razor-sharp teeth, a long tail with a flange on the end and huge bat-like wings. Now, (see the original story from the link below) graphic real-time video evidence has been added, shot by intrepid researchers Jim Blume and David Woetzel, who have explored Papua New Guinea and several Pacific Isles.

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Scouring the region for their prey, they encountered what they were looking for: flying dinosaurs with wingspans of ten to fifteen feet (eye witnesses say they can be much larger) and two different species which inhabit the dense forests and mountain regions of one of the remotest and least visited parts of the globe

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Video 1: Amateur sighting of pterosaur off Papua New Guinea beach.


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Video 3: Pterodactyl Sighting from 2008


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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 4:12 pm » by Drjones


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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 4:30 pm » by Darkstuff


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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 4:39 pm » by Gbrown


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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 4:40 pm » by Stophaarp


I love how quick people are to call bs.

Awesome post, I believe it. The jungles of South America are too dense and undiscovered to not hold a few secrets. Just as long as it's not a t-rex. and someone doesn't try to bring it to L.A...

But really, great post. In true Destination Truth style! ( Hey, I liked that show...!)
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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 4:41 pm » by Whiskeytfoxtrot


Those first 4 pictures look to me like they're from the movie WARGAMES.

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XODA5NjI2Njg=.html

Around the 74:00 minute mark, you will see the scene with the pterodactyl.

Too many nerds from wayback here to try that one on. Peace.
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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 5:09 pm » by Ghost32


Yep Whiskey is right this is a model similar to the one used in the movie wargames and yes it flys and its head even tilts when it turns! Its a glider ,watch below!

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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 5:21 pm » by 528hz


I would like to believe, but every shot it's wings are in the same position.......it isn't flying it's gliding, which makes me suspicious.


So have to call bs on this.

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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 5:25 pm » by Oxygen


OK well bs or not I want one LOL... Man that would freak out the neighbors lol...

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PostThu Oct 14, 2010 5:41 pm » by Whiskeytfoxtrot


First: That thing is fricken awesome. Agree with oxygen, I could spend all afternoon swooping the the neighborhood cats with that! Mayhem!!

And that was a shotty attempt for whomever wrote that article. THIS IS DTV MAN! I mean WARGAMES?!? You take a scene from wargames? There are people here who were probably watching that movie this morning!! Phooey!

Thanks to Sav for for focusing our BS detector on that steamin pile.
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