‘Dinosaur’ Shows Up in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. — A dinosaur-like creature was reportedly spotted in South Carolina. Columbia resident Anita Sullivan told Cryptozoology News she was driving with her husband on Interstate 20 on Nov 30 when they came upon the animal at around 12.30 p.m.. “We were headed eastbound, crossing the Broad River bridge. I was just looking out of the window causally and just happened to see what at first looked like a large snake moving slowly down the river, with his body moving slightly under the water,” said Sullivan. “It was coming north towards the bridge and it looked to the left as it came up, above the top of the water.” The sighting purportedly lasted about 10 seconds and Sullivan says she was not able to snap a picture of the aquatic being. “I was highly excited and freaked out! I didn’t think to take a picture.” The long-necked animal was […] Read More

Scientists Claim Genetically Re-Engineered Dinosaurs Could Be Here in 5 to 10 Years

In case you haven’t watched any Jurassic Park movie, in the next five to ten years you could see a live adaptation, better than computer generated imagery. That is how long a group of scientists think it will take to recreate living, breathing dinosaurs. Although what is dead should stay dead, especially in the case of a species of super predators like the dinosaurs that roamed Pangaea over two hundred million years ago. For some reason, the paleontologist that inspired Jurassic Park’s Dr. Alan Grant is pioneering a premiere genetic research that could bring dinosaurs back to life and possibly atop the food chain, until the next asteroid hits. Dr. Jack Horner, professor at Montana State University, the Curator of Paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies, known to have made valuable contributions to paleontology as providing some of the first clear evidence of dinosaurs caring for their young, […] Read More

Real Pterosaur spotted over Idaho, USA?

Amateur footage showing a supposed Pterosaur recently flying over Boise, Idaho, USA. Is it the work of video editing, or perhaps the return of the extinct reptile! Related articles 13 Chemicals Used In Food Products In The USA Today That Are Banned In Other Countries. 7 Things The Middle-Class Can’t Afford Anymore American Middle Class “Wealth” Worse Than Every Nation But Russia & Indonesia 1969?: 1970?: Burlington, New Jersey Sighting US to slap Chinese ‘cyber-plunderers’ with economic sanctions Forced Vaccination Violates Informed Consent 1980: USA For Africa

Footprints in the Sand: A Tale of Two Dinosaurs

Our story begins with two dinosaurs walking together along a beach… This isn’t an excerpt from a scene in the next of the Jurassic Park film series, nor is it the beginning of a joke told at the paleontology club dinner that’s as dry as hard plaster in a fossil mold. This scenario actually describes the latest study depicting dinosaur behavior in ancient times, and may even suggest such things as aspects of the social environment that existed between them. The Christian Science Monitor reported on Monday that two sets of fossilized dinosaur prints discovered recently in northern Germany display where a pair of carnivorous dinosaurs, one much larger than the other, walked together along a beach. A leading theory about the set of prints suggests the smaller tracks, which indicate a quickening pace at various intervals, may have been the offspring of the larger dinosaur, as it trotted to keep along with its […] Read More

First Step Taken in Turning Chickens Into Velociraptors

  When you’re looking up at the giant velociraptor that’s about to devour you, remember … it all started with a beak. That’s the part of a chicken that scientists have successfully genetically altered into the snout of a velociraptor. Don’t they go to the movies? According to a study published in the current online edition of the journal Evolution, researchers led by Bhart-Anjan Bhullar, a paleontologist and developmental biologist at Yale University, and developmental biologist Arkhat Abzhanov at Harvard University turned the beaks of chicken embryos into snouts that are strikingly similar to those on Velociraptors. By the number of times they’ve denied creating a “dino-chicken,” they’re obviously on the right track. How did they do it? The researchers studied skeletons of today’s birds, extinct birds and dinosaurs to determine where their beaks and snouts begin to develop in embryos. That spot is a pair of small bones […] Read More