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If you look closer a lot of detail is forged in the head region of the animal and again 3 visible toes and a long tail. Very interesting...
In literature, dragons are certainly a virtually universal ancient motif. Dragons are found in the early literature of the English, Irish, Danish, Norse, Scandinavians,
Therefore, everything in this scene is totally realistic, and makes good dinosaur-hunting strategy.
Originally posted by TheWretched
Remember too giant squids were once a myth as well. But they have managed to show thats not the case anymore with recovered and captured specimens.
If the fearsome creatures were threatening the ancestors of the Norse peoples
Originally posted by TheMythLives
The water serpent in Turkey:
Originally posted by thegreatobserver
However, today, all of the surface of this planet is being monitored through satellites, radar, military infrared and heat cameras, etc. So, if such a large creature still existed it would have to be very creative when it comes to hiding.
Regarding the Loch Ness monster: A few years ago a thorough underwater scan has been made with top of the art equipment. LIterally, every square inch of the lake, including all the caves have been scanned with radar, infrared, as well as heat recognition technology and the result was that there is nothing larger than a shoe in there.