Living Velociraptor Dinosaur Caught In Africa By Locals; Pteranodon Caught On Camera on Same Day (See Photos)


REPUBLIC OF CONGO – An amazing discovery has been found in the Jungles of Northern Congo. It is being reported that a live Dinosaur was captured earlier today by local residents. The astonishing image below shows the beast being restrained by rope. The capture was quickly followed by the sighting of, what appears to be a pteranodon—a large dinosaur-era bird who was believed to have gone extinct about 75 Million years ago. A local amateur photographer, named Deborah Kidiaba, was able to catch a few photos of the giant bird(see below). “It was huge, it must have had a 20-25 foot wingspan. It was very far, but could be seen perfectly because of its size” says local resident and witness Antoine Muamba. The Pteranodon was spotted a few hundred miles away from the location of the dinosaur capture.
The astonishing image below shows the beast being restrained by rope. Scientists from all over the world and Africa have been studying the photograph and have concluded that the dinosaur is a Velociraptor—which was believed to have gone extinct 71 Million years ago.


Within a few hours, the dinosaur was transferred to The University of South Africa in South Africa for research. “It is perhaps one of the most amazing discoveries in modern history. A creature who was believed to have gone extinct Millions of years ago is alive right in front of us. We are also amazed by the Pteranodon photo captured earlier today. It almost seems impossible—two ancient creatures in one day. There’s no doubt there’s more of these animal species, or even other species, roaming the deep jungles of Africa, or any other continent. Who knows? We can be looking at a future large population of different dinosaur species roaming the planet along with humans and the rest of the animals we are familiar with.” says University of South Africa scientist John Kotze. (View photos below)

Written by Pablo Reyes Jr

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