Most dragons have bones where their wings are. I find it hard to believe that everything was held together EXCEPT the wings.
All feeble attempts at humor aside, it really is kind of hard to believe that the cartilage remained intact enough so much of the structure together, while there wasn't a single trace of (visible) flesh left behind. Moreover, how so much of the remains could have been found in one place is possible, but unthinkable. This is all in my opinion, but it sounds a bit too perfect. Me thinks hoax.
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Posted 08 April 2013 - 07:42 PM
it does look like some type of sea monster maybe dragon like creature but to be honest i don't know what it is though.it could be however a conventional animal but i'm hoping its a unknown creature and sea monster though.well see though when they do the test and etc.there's one thing i don't trust is that when they shipped them for examination and test do they do honest and truthful test and analyzes though?and when they do finish the test do they tell us the truth afterwards???i am skeptical in this sense.to be honest i don't even trust the UFO agencies that research them why do they tell us the truth after and nothing but the truth like they say in courts.i believe in Sea monsters and etc but its the people i don't trust at times.