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The two big Objections to Modern Pterosaurs

What are the two most persuasive arguments against modern living pterosaurs? Hoax Misidentification No other objections come very close to those two, the big ones. But the problem with many statements by critics is that they do not look at … Continue reading

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Accuracy in Writing About Sightings

I think it generally positive when writers take up the subject of modern pterosaurs. That said, some of the online writings I have noticed to be inaccurate, with those inaccuracies being multiplied through multiple quotations and quotations of quotations. I … Continue reading

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A Real Pterosaur in Pennsylvania

I refer to the blog post “Pennsylvania Pterosaur” What caught my attention to this sighting was the obvious rebuttal to the model-pterodactyl-misidentification suggestion that I occasionally read about. There is no mechanical model, of a pterosaur, that catches and eats … Continue reading

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Living Pterosaurs? Not by Glen Kuban

To start, I recommend the following web page reply to Glen Kuban’s criticism of research into living pterosaurs: Are All Pterosaurs Extinct? But Whitcomb’s web page does not go nearly far enough in emphasizing the testimonies of Brian Hennessy and … Continue reading

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