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Reply to Misidentification Conjectures

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

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Head of a Pterosaur

The following blog post, “Pterosaur Head,” shows two survey pages given to the eyewitness Duane Hodgkinson, in regard to the length of the head crest of his “pterodactyl.” Other examples could be cited. Those images given to Hodgkinson may have … 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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