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In between family time and training for competitions, amateur women's kickboxing champion Carolina Muñoz Marin and her husband run a charity to help those in Costa Rica who are less fortunate.
Cryptozoology and PterosaursIn general, this is not about biology and fossils. Sighting reports of pterosaurs make this a study in cryptozoology. (And dinosaurs are distinct from pterosaurs, which are sometimes called "pterodactyls.")
Modern PterosaurWithout any preconceived notions about precisely how a modern pterosaur might or might not differ from one known from a typical pterosaur fossil, let us be open minded in the study of these many sightings of extraordinary featherless flying creatures.
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“Searching for Ropens and Finding God” – fourth edition
The quest for discovering modern pterosaurs ("flying dinosaurs")
“Live Pterosaurs in America” – 3rd edition – by Whitcomb
Astonishing details about credible sightings of modern pterosaurs in many states of the USA - buy it
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Category Archives: Sightings
By the modern-pterosaur expert Jonathan Whitcomb Introduction Cliff Paiva and I do not proclaim that the animal seen in Ptp must have been a species of Pteranodon. We simply point out that similarities in the head suggest that it was … Continue reading
By Jonathan Whitcomb, nonfiction author My newest book, Modern Pterosaurs, should be published in April of 2017, available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers. It differs from the other nonfiction cryptozoology books I’ve written: Searching for … Continue reading
I got a phone call today from a lady whom I will call DL. She looked out her window, about 40 minutes before sundown today and saw a ropen, for the long tail caught her attention. Before its appearance swarms … Continue reading
By modern-pterosaur expert Jonathan Whitcomb I wrote about this old photograph here on Modern Pterosaur four years ago. I’ve learned much more about this “Pteranodon photograph,” however, in recent days, especially from communicating with Clifford Paiva, a missile defense physicist. Figure-1: … Continue reading
Let’s begin with “A Brief Introduction to Living-Pterosaur Investigations:” YouTube video produced by Jonathan David Whitcomb . Definition of “Modern Pterosaur” From page 294 of the fourth edition of my nonfiction book Searching for Ropens and Finding God, we can … Continue reading
By Jonathan David Whitcomb Sometimes a person who is mostly ignorant of the overall eyewitness evidence of modern pterosaurs will speculate about misidentification. Many of those conjectures fall to one of the following two flying creatures: Frigate bird Flying fox fruit … Continue reading
The pterosaur suborder of Rhamphorhynchoidea, those long-tailed featherless flying creatures—they’re also called basal pterosaurs. For generations, many scientists have assumed that they became extinct, at least for most of their species, before the last of the Pterodactyloid pterosaurs dominated the … Continue reading
According to Cryptozoology News (online), two eyewitnesses in Nevada recently saw a “reptilian-like bird” fly up and over their vehicle on Interstate-80 at 11:00 p.m., and the description of the flying creature included “long thin tail,” a head crest, and “a long … Continue reading
A newspaper article was published in Salt Lake City, about a century ago, reporting a huge flying creature described as half-bird and half-reptile. How big was it? The image coming with that article showed a dragon flying off with a horse … Continue reading