It had a long tail with a diamond-shaped bulb on it. It was dark brown. It had this weird crest. I drew a picture of it. My mother and uncle saw one too while they were playing outside of my grandma’s house when they were really little. They told grandma, but she didn’t believe it. I thought they were extinct.Cryptozoologist Jonathan Whitcomb says he’s not alone in believing that there may still be living pterosaurs in North Carolina. “My associates and I believe that these are non-extinct pterosaurs,” Whitcomb told the Raleigh-based The News & Observer, “what many persons would call ‘pterodactyls’ or ‘flying dinosaurs.” Whitcomb even claims to have a Civil War-era photograph which shows a group of soldiers posing with what he claims is a dead pterodactyl.
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