Originally posted by Helmkat
I've made many a remark here on ATS that dinos are not extinct, usually I'm just ignored as a heated evo-vs creationist debate is going on.
Correct Mokele Mbembe in Africa is a perfect specimen in modern times (although TPTB cover it up extensively). It's a typical sauropod.
All of the villagers have drawn pictures of it and it has no feathers, it is a pure reptile like creature. There are no reports of feathers, and no
reports of hair. It has however been reported to have a frill on the back of it's head like a male chicken does.
I have not ignored you, I believe you are factually correct. (Oh and Loch Ness, Champ, etc, are Pleisosaurs).
There is significant circumstantial and partial evidence that supports these claims, with tens of thousands of eyewitness accounts to support that