Originally posted by CoolBlackHole
Originally posted by lee anoma on page 4:
"As stated it IS a bird, not a reptile. Mouth is exactly the same.
Don't you really see the difference between the 3 pictures above and this one:
Not by much no. The pics I posted are similar in structure, although they are just to show that bird-like structure, they aren't Frogmouth chicks.
You should also keep in mind that the video is not of the best quality and very blurred. You can barely see much of the bird at times and it took me a
while to realize what the person was holding.
The way these type of birds mouths are shaped, when they open them you see more mouth than beak. If filmed or photographed at certain angles you may
not see a beak at all, just a gaping mouth.
The mouth looks like the one in the video to me.
Here are two more recently discovered relatives of the Frogmouth.
Scientists discover new genus of frogmouth bird in Solomon Islands
Since you can't really see their eyes, should we assume they have none?
You claim it to possibly be some sort of hybrid reptilian bird, but that conclusion is based on a grainy video, in another language, and with zero
proof or examples of other existing reptilian birds currently in nature. You are merely "guessing" with no literal example of comparison other than
It's a blurry video.
The reporters are clueless.
The villagers think they caught a witch.
It's just a type of Frogmouth.
You're playing a guessing game against the facts and common sense, and far be it from me to stop you. No need to continue with the "maybe it's
a..." for me.
Now all we need to do is set up this news crew, some ATS members, and the villagers with a few hours of Animal Planet, or the Discovery Channel before
someone gets hurt during the next supernatural discovery that turns out to be common.
Hey, it's happened!
I'm closing the case for myself.
Enjoy and good day.