Thursday, August 11, 2011


This is one of the most popular Pterodactyl clips around.
This is a good example of a bird being mistaken for a pre-historic creature.

The No rule when looking at clips like this is:
What's the most likely explanation? Usually that is something natural. Only then these likely explanations have been ruled out there's cause to believe there's something crypozoological.

This clip is a perfect illustration. The most likely is that this is a albatross.
So since the probability for this is 100 000 times bigger then it being a creature that has been extinct for 60 million years the rule say it's an albatross.