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Pterosaurs Today Many citizens in developed nations of Europe and North America would assume that traditional beliefs in universal extinction are valid for all species of dinosaurs and pterosaurs; but the eyewitnesses know better.
© Jonathan Whitcomb 2010, 2011, 2014
Eyewitnesses tell a different story about pterosaurs: They live today. Nationalities differ, languages differ, cultures differ, religions differ; but descriptions of the featherless flying creatures differ not as much: often with a long tail, very unlike any bat. In addition, a long beak makes it unlike a bat, and size is sometimes too great, even for a Flying Fox fruit bat. Could these flying creatures like dragons be large birds? No. If so, why do some eyewitnesses describe sharp teeth? Why is a flange or vane seen at the end of a long tail? And why do the flying creatures seem to have no feathers?
In the summer if 2007, an eyewitness was shocked at what flew overhead one night, near a music concert in eastern Spain. He said, “I assure you I am NOT LYING- I've got literally no interest in making something like this up. . . . whilst sitting on the ground by the tents . . . I saw what I at first assumed was an owl gliding over the campsite (I assumed that because it was night time, and obviously no other birds would be out-bar things like nightjars-which this was not!) - it passed right over us, probably about 30-40 feet high, and as I watched it, I realised it was definitely no owl I'd ever seen before. It . . . had a long thin tail, and didn't flap once. . . . wingspan I'd estimate to be only 2-3 feet tip to tip, and was gliding for the whole time I saw it. The impression I got was a lot more bat-like than bird, except it had a beak. . . .” He also mentioned that the tail was “perfectly straight.”
A simple solution to boredom for some teenagers, this nonfiction cryptozoology book about living pterosaurs in the United States is filled with the more-credible accounts of living “pterodactyls” that are anything but extinct. Adults and children can also be thrilled at these amazing true stories from ordinary Americans.  This third expanded edition contains more sighting reports than the first two editions. In true cryptozoology genre.
Dragons seem as real to some of the eyewitnesses as they seemed to ancient persons who saw them
The modern word for living long- tailed flying dragons is shocking: Pterosaurs.”