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Pterodactyl sighting today
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 40955476:MV8yMjc4NDIyXzM4NzUwMjg4XzU4MkNBMzU4] I think I saw one in New Mexico in 1971 or it may have been 1970. I was on the banks of the Pecos river in Artesia, which is forty miles south of Roswell. I was looking at the sky and saw a huge enourmous thing flying about thirty feet above the river, heading north. The legs hung back and it looked a little leathery and had a 'crown' on its head and looked pointy. It took a moment to process the sight. I knew it was real but at the same time I couldn't believe what I was seeing with my own eyes. I started saying Oh my God, it's a pterodactyl you guys! Look, look at it! But by the time they focused on it, it was too far away to distinguish anything. I eventually convinced myself it must have been a Sandhill Crane or a Heron, but it really looked like a pterodactyl at the time. [/quote]
I was going to a job my dad and I are doing, a few miles out into nowhere where we have a camper set up. Three of us are watching a particular site 24/7 keeping logs of who goes in and out for a company. I get there and my dad has his binoculars out and is excited about something.
He says he was laying back in a lawn chair and spotting planes cruise by now and then. Then he saw something that was too small to be a plane, and not nearly as high but still pretty far in the air. He thought it must be a drone so he grabbed his binoculars and tracked it for a few miles until it faded in the distance. It definitely wasn't a drone. He says it had a wingspan of like 10-20 feet and clearly had a tail. It's wings had no feathers and a little bit of light was visible through them.
My dad swears it was a pterodactyl. He's not the type to make shit up. Retired law enforcement with a military type personality. Always serious and down to business. No shit pterodactyls flying around. Either that or a drone disguised as a flying lizard.
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