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I believe that we can count on the Japanese do whatever they can to save it. Their was an alien that looked like it was related to a squid or octopus. Perhaps they were showing us something they know. I have heard this theory that they are aliens before. https://theancientzen.com/experts-teste ... 5toe49QSrE



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They might think it's from space, but it's ancestor is likely another cephalopod other than just the Nautilus.
A split parallel branch of evolution next to the nautilus with the same common ancestor.
Mutations also can occur that is good for evolving like intelligence.
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I so hope that the beautiful Ivory Billed Woodpecker is not extinct. These videos do look promising and it’s looking a lot more likely now that this large American bird is living in a remote area. No doubt it will be a protected species now. https://www.ecowatch.com/ivory-billed-w ... IVvDJXgAuY

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Isn't it a cool looking bird :)

We just have the Downy Woodpecker around here I believe.
It's funny the female is big, and the male small, but he is really pretty.
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We have quite a few woodpecker species. The big pileated woodpecker is beautiful. It’s bright red Mohawk featherdo on its head really stands out in the forest.
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We might have a few more here, but I don't know about them, or have never seen them.

I just found out we do have two kinds, and I was told they where the same species.
The bigger one we have loves my gutter, and siding on the garage.
It wakes me up sometimes :facepalm:

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Is this really the long ago thought extinct passenger pigeon ? This video is clear unlike most other cryptozoological monsters caught on camera.
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Looks like a morning dove to me, we have a lot of those around.
Last few years they have thinned out a lot.

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Of course , I am enough of a bird watcher to have known that. I guess I just wanted it to be true and that the passenger pigeon still exists. DARN IT !
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:teehe:
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Put this fish back in its spaceship. It certainly looks weird. It’s face looks like something from a science fiction show. It likely is a newly discovered species. https://ca.yahoo.com/news/grotesque-fis ... 13339.html

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Deformed angler, or blob fish maybe Japan is responsible :woot:
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That is an interesting bit of history. I sure hope that a passenger pigeon is hiding in some little area of North America.
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If they where some of my old dead friends would have ate them years ago.
Squab Pie where their favorite. :teehe: they bragged about going into barns, and getting all the pidgins, and eating them up.
I'm sure many in the depression did the same so it's likely if any did survive they died out then.
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This dinosaur video looks real to me and not fuzzy like most Bigfoot videos however Bluefrost and Renee have exposed some fakes before that have fooled me. This video is only a few seconds long and do recommend checking it out.
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Perhaps this creature in the video is a Caddy. https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Cadborosaurus_willsi
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Post: # 198923Unread post Blue Frost »

Oh I would love seeing one, Mosasaurus are one of my all time favorite sea lizards.
I doubt that is real since if it did exit the rest of the seas would be dinner for them, they where that awesome.
But lets say this, there where smaller species of them that would fit in our oceans today, but they would still be an apex predator.
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That video does have a lot of sound effects which are leading me to suspect that this is a clip from a movie like Jurassic Park. Perhaps it isn’t a mosasaurus but some other species. A young Caddy was found in a killer whale’s stomach decades ago near Vancouver Island…. I think.
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Whats strange for me about it is the front of it looks a lot like a Humpback whale, but the tail is not.
I think it's a fake myself, but I'm a big skeptic .
Also you here a whale sound, a smaller type not from a big one.
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