posted on May, 20 2012 @ 04:49 PM
Another topic here on ATS reminded me of my other personal experiences. I may be a very luck, or an extremely #ed unlucky person just to see so many
things in my life. Whatever...
Well, it's been a very long time. i was like what? Ten maybe. I was on vacations with my friends here on a place close to São Paulo called Guaruja.
Me, my brother, my friend, his sister, my mom and his mom found a very desolate beach to swim, since the other beaches were full of people.
Well, there was alot of wild life on that place. It was the 3rd time i saw a monitor lizard native from the region called Teiu and as well alot of
birds and fishes swimming alongside the beach..... And as well as alot of fish carcasses. So this is where the history begans.
It was like the 5th time we were on that small beach. When we first arrived there we found a big fish carcass. One the sky we could see alot of
vultures planing (there was like fifthty of them). We stayed there for like 30 minutes and started to swim and then we saw something huge on the sky
coming trought the vultures. The vultures flyed away when the figure first. Then more fast than my eyes could see the animal landed, He stayed on the
sand next to the fish carcass. Then my mother and my friend mothers started to scream to us to get out of the water and come back.
But i was stupid, i loved animals in this age and wanted to stay cloose of the animal. So i just sitted on his side, the animal totaly ignored me. By
his size i could say he was around 8 feet tall. He dind't opend his wings in any moment. In this moment the animal picked the fish with his mount and
swallowed the fish. And then he just stayed there. And then i got bored and leaved to my mom's side. Then she just runned way with us. The animal
stayed there like a statue.
The best way i can describe the animal, is that his apperance was exactly like of a Vulture, but he was much more bigger. And i see vultures every
day, so i can say that the animal i've saw wasn't a normal vulture or wasn't one. Perhaps the legendary Thuderbird?