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Introduction to “Live Pterosaurs in America”

From the Introduction of Live Pterosaurs in America (published in 2009), first paragraph: I know that this book might make a few Americans uneasy to walk alone at night; I am sorry for that. But I’m glad to enlighten as … Continue reading

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“Unlike Pterosaur Fossils” Objection

On occasion, I encounter an objection similar to this: “The eyewitness descriptions are different from fossils.” In other words, pterosaurs thought to have lived millions of years ago (according to standard models) did not have both long tails and head … Continue reading

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Live Pterosaurs In America, nonfiction book

Excerpt from the book’s title page: Sighting Reports of Apparent Pterosaurs in the United States “Reports of giant flying ‘pterodactyls‘ in American skies–these have floated around the internet for years; but they had been mostly devoid of interview details. Until … Continue reading

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