Posted on by Stewart
Remember that I have been telling you that dinosaurs still exist in certain parts of the world? One of the places I mentioned was the Congo. Now, an expedition will begin this Summer to prove that they are really there:
If they do find one and bring back proof, it will set the scientific world on edge. Interesting that the trip begins around the same time of the Olympics. Perhaps reptilian invaders will look like the captured Congo creatures.
There are also pockets of dinosaurs in southern Venezuela and Siberia. The depths of the oceans also contain creatures that have been thought to be extinct. Look also at Loch Ness, Lake Champlain and Lake Baikal.
I have recently spoken of the cadborosaurus that has been sighted many times off the coast of California and Oregon. It has even been seen in the South Atlantic.
Wooly mammoths may still roam the vast reaches of Siberia. Neanderthal may be responsible for the hairy men spotted and even captured in the Atlai mountains of Central Asia and in Mongolia.
Pteradactyls have been seen flying in the skies of Arizona and Western Australia. Thunderbirds have also been observed in Alaska, Northern Canada and even in some Southern US states.
There is more in this world than is being admitted. I hope that this expedition to Africa is real and comes back with absolute proof–in living color.