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Without being able to scan in the page (or pages) in question I don't know if I can give you a definitive answer. The Table of contents of the book does list that dinosaurs are discussed on page 28. If you page through the book, it is a very, very skewed view of pretty much everything in there, slanted towards the creationist viewpoint (the preview only ...


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Probably not, but also likely unfalsifiable. As your second source states: A researcher, says it is the most conclusive evidence to date that a Bigfoot creature may be roaming the Australian wilderness. As the Wikipedia article states: As is the case with the North American Sasquatch, many people discount the existence of the Yowie considering it ...


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On 26 May 2007, Gordon Holmes, a 55-year-old lab technician, captured video of what he said was jet black thing, about 14 metres (46 ft) long, moving fairly fast in the water. However, there are many problems with Holmes, his claim and the video. Here they are: Nessie, a modern-day myth According to The Skeptic's Dictionary: A Collection of Strange ...


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Well, according to this lady, it was dinosaur bones: The First Fossil Hunters: Dinosaurs, Mammoths, and Myth in Greek and Roman Times That is to say; ancient civilisations are believed to have come into contact with dinosaur fossils, and their discovery can be deduced from historical records. As such, myths of fantastical creatures may have been inspired by ...


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The book The Last Tasmanian Tiger by Robert Paddle records several accounts as of thylacine sightings on mainland Australia in modern (European) times. A naturalist named Cambrian, claimed to have inspected recently deceased remains collected from the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, NSW in the 1880s. He inspected a second dead animal at a location concluded ...


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