posted on Feb, 24 2005 @ 09:01 PM
If true, that would be awesome! I hope there is enough DNA left to clone them and possibly bring them back to our day and age.
BattleofBatoche, I would like to refer you to the 1993 classic film, directed by Steven Spielberg, entitled Jurassic Park. Suffice it to say be
careful what you hope for.
Interesting, but if there were dragons only 500 years ago then wouldnt we have a better record of them? Wouldnt there have been more skeletons of them
Some think the NJ Devil si a dragon. Maybe theyre not extinct
Good point Croat56, also, basic rules of natural selection state that the predator most capable of surviving and multiplying through time becomes the
dominant species for that area. If dragons had existed 500 years ago this would negating the common argument that they may have become extinct with
the dinosaurs. As a result, there is no reason why they would not have become the dominant species on Earth.
As for theories that the Jersey Devil may be a surviving dragon, the Jersey Devil is usually described as between four and five feet in height, with a
horse head, hooves, wings, and antlers. With the exception of the wings I do not believe that this would match up with descriptions commonly
associated with dragon myths.