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A lost world of Cryptids

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May-21-2013 9:26 PM

Definition: cryptid |ˈkrɪptɪd| noun an animal whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated, such as the yeti. ORIGIN 1990s: from crypto- + -id3. Now i know this is quite a distance away from jp... but consider it for a minute, We have explored about 51% percent of the earth... there is still about 49% untouched some not even mapped. places like the congo, look as they did 65 million years ago... seems redundant to think something wouldn't have survived... In many of these untouched, tropical forest places, many indigenous people have report seeing , big theropods and sauropods... Now before you say something about maybe they made it up, Most dont even know what a dinosaur is, Yet they can give you a perfect description of them... Another theory i have, is that these places are well isolated off, probably could survive what ever extinction killed of the dinosaurs *thoughts are leaning more to asteroids* So possibly an entire Dino eco system could be hidden.. Let me list some of the cryptid dinos... Burrunjor The Burrunjor is a large creature believed to inhabit the desert areas in the Arnhem Land of Australia. It is often described as a large bipedal Tyrranosaur/Allosaur, 25 feet (7.6 m) tall, usually described as greyish in color. There are numerous sightings starting in 1955, and the last report was reported in 1982 by a group of farmers.[9] There are also sightings of similar animals in Papua New Guinea. Emela-Ntouka The Emela-Ntouka is a creature present in folklores of the pygmies of Central Africa. Although generally described as an aquatic rhinoceros, the animal is usually interpreted as a ceratopsian. Mbielu Mbielu Mbielu Claimed to be a living Stegosaur. Mokele Mbembe Mokele-mbembe, claimed to be a living Sauropod. Muhuru The Muhuru bay monster, allegedly a living Thyreophoran. Nguma-Monene Nguma-monene, allegedly a living Spinosaurus or Suchomimus. Ngoubou Ngoubou, allegedly a living Styracosaurus. Now these are of wikipedia *somewhat trustful* But i do know most of there features and looks... Crypt-zoology is an actual field meant for study of these creatures... instead of focusing on recreating them... why dont we look at catching them... thoughts, questions, comments?

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May-21-2013 10:29 PM

Jurassic Park 4 Plot... Man has explored nearly 51% of the Earth's surface. There is still 49% untouched, and some parts don't exist on the current map. A discovery has made deep within on of the jungles. If we do find this new territory, mind you, something has survived.


May-21-2013 11:00 PM

Certainly possible. Maybe even plausible. Perfect habitat, abundant prey, isolation, aboriginal art [img][/img]

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May-22-2013 9:12 AM

I only ask about this because i read a book a while ago called: Cryptid Hunters And in it a team of people were trying to catch the mokele Mbembe, They dont succeed but manage to find its nesting ground and takes its eggs, if you happen to come across a copy of it read it!!!! Also this could make an excellent plot of sorts, it opens up new possibilities, IE they find one of the cryptid an asume its one from nublar they send it to nublar and stuff happens.... IDK you decide!!! From my point of view its just possible for them to have survived....

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