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In issue 24 of the magazine Enigma!, Directed by Martin, presented the case of a "strange" bird with snake fangs. The bird was found late one night in April 1989 by the husband and brother of Maria Ortiz Hernandez, in a neighborhood Jaguas sector, while fishing. Not if he finally got the names of these two people. In the original paper by Martin gave no data.
The men suddenly heard a loud howl. They took their lanterns and illuminated to the place from where the noise came from. Amazed saw a strange bird perched on a tree branch about to fly into a tailspin against them. The extraordinary bird was showing two enormous tusks like those of a snake. However, when illuminated by lanterns, the bird froze and fell from the tree. Took time to catch fishermen.
Finally a policeman who visited the house said it could not exist. He then took the bird and ripped its fangs. It was roosters spurs. On hearing this, the Department of Natural Resources issued an open letter in the press denying everything, saying the issue was false and stating that the bird was a member of the species called Nightjar, a protected species, so it is warned the public that the capture of these animals was punishable by law, and that anyone who captured one of those birds would be prosecuted. By Maria Ortiz animal had been maimed by adding a rooster spurs in the mouth.