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Bizarre Remains of “Dragon Skeleton” Discovered in Chinese Sea
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Bizarre Remains of “Dragon Skeleton” Discovered in Chinese Sea
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CyberCyrus  Wrote: (04-03-2013 02:00 AM)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...exist.html

a quote off that link

"Egede’s account of 1734 is one of the classics. But it is possible that what people actually saw were nothing more than the penises of courting male whales, for such organs can be more than 10ft long.

In the same vein, others have spoken of seeing bizarre, dinosaur-like creatures with long necks, deep, staring eyes and whiskers round their mouths. Perhaps these are descriptions of elephant seals, which can reach 16ft in length, have a distinctive proboscis overhanging their jaw (rather like an elephant’s trunk), can move rapidly through water and emit a loud roar which could strike fear into an onlooker"

was that intentional Jptdknpa

Well be back !  Wrote: (04-03-2013 02:08 AM)
Rare prehistoric Shark .

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thats what i was thinking
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Post: #47
Bizarre Remains of “Dragon Skeleton” Discovered in Chinese Sea
Nobody believes the damn Japanese. They could have dinosaurs for all we know. Japs and their godzilla.
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I'm sure that dragon was killed by one of Fishman's relatives.

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This is as real as 4500 drummers at the Olympics that was photoshopped.
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noteye  Wrote: (04-03-2013 01:50 AM)
link to image: http://i.imgur.com/LCxWNi2.jpg

A Fisherman from the Shandong Province caught something a little out of the ordinary last week, namely, the huge skeletal remains of a “translucent dragon”.

The bizarre skeleton was found in the water on March 28th by a Chinese fisherman who wasted no time calling the local news crews, and reporters rushed to photograph creature, all 153 joints of it.

According to Japanese news outfit Byoukan Sunday, the find has prompted some to wonder if the color and shape aren’t just a little too perfect, inciting the thought that the bones might have been hand carved. Researchers, on the hand, have disputed this claim, saying that they believe the skeleton is mammalian in nature, and not a large fish as others have speculated.

That's some sea beast.

Dragons didn't have bones they were made of tortilla shells and grade f dog food meat.
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unpin lol
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NESSIE I LUVU Crybaby
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-04-2013 06:04 AM)
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Lmao
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why do they call it a dragon skeleton instead of unknown-dinosaur skeleton?
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