From Live Pterosaurs in America Title Page
Since the two ropen expeditions of 2004, in Papua New Guinea, more Americans
have learned of the living-pterosaur investigations and the many resulting eyewitness
interviews. Many web pages have sprung up, many of them by explorers themselves.
But despite other web pages, by scornful critics who never went anywhere and never
interviewed anyone, those two expeditions, and those that preceded and followed
them, are causing an awakening, opening human minds . . . Universal pterosaur
extinction has been an assumption; some pterosaur species are still living. The author,
one of those American explorers who interviewed natives in Papua New Guinea, has
been interviewing American eyewitnesses since 2004.
How are sightings in the United States related to those in the southwest Pacific? How
do some apparent nocturnal pterosaurs pertain to bats, and how are bats irrelevant?
How could modern living pterosaurs have escaped scientific notice? These mysteries
have slept in the dark, beyond the knowledge of almost all Americans, even beyond
our wildest dreams (although the reality of some pterosaurs is a living nightmare to
some bats). These mysteries have slept . . . until now.
[by Jonathan Whitcomb, author of cryptozoology books]
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