posted on May, 31 2014 @ 06:53 PM
We are witnessing evolutionary history here. Long ago Native tales told of a half-bird, half-crocodile, living in the waters and skies of North
America. It was thought these creatures originated in the rivers of Africa, the result of a forbidden love affair between a crocodile and a species of
the avian persuasion. They managed to keep their affair secret, but after the births there was no hiding it any longer. It is not known whether the
bird or the crocodile bore the children, and it is just one of the 5 mysteries surrounding this strange ordeal.
It is also not known what became of this inter-species couple, but it is said that their offspring built up a thriving population through years of
inbreeding, although this seemed to cause certain mutations that added to the hideousness of the creatures, and they eventually crossed the Atlantic
Ocean...Sometimes swimming, sometimes flying, but always outcasts. They made it to North America, dispersing across the vast continent, some here and
some there, where the Native Americans occasionally caught a glimpse of them. It was not long however before sightings became less and less frequent,
until they eventually ceased altogether.
No one knew what had become of them, and that is the 3rd great mystery. The final 2 mysteries are just part of the mystery itself. I always liked to
think that those creatures made it, despite all the odds against them, despite the fact that they were welcome nowhere, driven from their native land,
and persecuted everywhere. So it brings tears to my eyes to see that at least one of these animals survived after all this time. Some say photoshop,
but you are fooling yourselves. Deep down you know the truth.
Edit to Add: I read "America" when in actuality it was Armenia. So substitute Native Armenians for Native Americans, and North Armenia for North
America. As for the Atlantic Ocean...substitute Sevan Lake.
edit on 5/31/14 by JiggyPotamus because: (no reason given)
5/31/14 by JiggyPotamus because: (no reason given)