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Could some dinosaurs still be alive?

a. Mokele Membe in Africa

The Likouala swamp in the Congo and Zaire is 55,000 square miles. It is 80% unexplored. Land dinosaur reports have been coming out of this swamp for over 100 years. The natives call it “Mokele Mbembe,” which means: “River blocker.” They say that hippos and Mokele Mbembe both like Malombo plants which grow along the river bank. But Mokele Mbembe drives the hippos away. Thus he is called a “river blocker.”

Dr. Roy Mackel of the University of Chicago is completely convinced there is a live dinosaur living in the swamp. The last I heard he had made three expeditions into that jungle. The problem is it is very dense, and I understand there are deadly snakes in the jungle and if one bites you, you are dead in about 10 seconds. 

In Dr. Mackel’s last expedition he discovered this fresh track of what looks like a three-toed dinosaur track. 

This is what the natives say it looks like.

Mokele-Mbembe - A Living Dinosaur?

by Dr. Roy Mackal p. 225

b. Lock Ness

An underwater photograph taken by the Academy of Applied Science, Boston, Massachusetts in 1975. The front flipper was about 6 feet long.

c. Creatures of the Irish lakes.

d. Ogopogo the Lake Okanagan monster.

f. Swedish lake Ostersund - A creature very similar to the Loch Ness Monster has been seen 150 times by 450 people since 1635.

g. This was taken from a frame of video taken by a university lecturer in Lake Van in Turkey. The video footage was shown on CNN.

h. The English Channel Sea Serpent.

i. The USO mystery in Lake Tianchi in China. USO stands for “Unidentified Swimming Object.”

j. Serpent sighted in Potomac “Chesapeake Chessie… striking resemblance to [Loch Ness Monster]” August 18, 1978 see: also: cryptozoo.html so:cryptozoo.html

k. Pensacola Sea Monster - March 24, 1962, five people scuba diving off Pensacola harbor spotted it. Monster Hunt by Tim Dinsadale p.96

l. Flathead Lake Monster in Montana.

m. Lake Champlain Monster

n. Erie’s Bessie matches Nessie - Pensacola News Journal, 9/30/90   Some call it "Lemmy."

Lemmy’s Restaurant.

o. “Kiwi” the Lake Monster in Lake Superior.

p. The Pontiac Lake Monster.

q. Pterodactyl sighted in Alaska - Bird the size of a plane spotted in Alaska.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Oct 18, 2002 (Reuters) - A bird the size of a small airplane was recently spotted flying over southwest Alaska, puzzling scientists, the Anchorage Daily News reported this week. Like something out of the movie "Jurassic Park," had a wingspan of 14 feet.

There are over 200 places around the world reporting that dinosaur like creatures are still alive today.  

If we are skeptical when we hear things like this, I think I know why. Every time we read a book or see something on TV, the first thing we read or hear is: “Millions of years ago, dinosaurs went extinct …” After a while we don’t even have to hear or read anything, we just see a drawing or replica of some kind of a dinosaur, and what is the first thing we think about? “Millions of years ago.” But is that true? Did all the dinosaurs die out 65 million years ago? Is word association partly responsible for our skepticism?

Now we hear of soft tissue being found in dinosaur bones; red blood cells being found in dinosaur bones; and DNA has been found in dinosaur bones. Scientists have been trying to come up with explanations for this, but could it be they have just been completely wrong about dinosaur extinction? How will this be explained if a live dinosaur is actually captured someday? You would think most scientists would be excited about the possibility. Why wouldn’t they be?

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