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Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons Discovery. Excavation
Image credit: Mike Hallett: Hallettestoneion Research Project.

Uploader comment: Dragons Discovery: Prehistoric Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons. Utah USA. Mystery explained, Dragons. This is a skull side profile view of Hillfieldion Seazoria. For the past seven years the Hallettestoneion Research Project has been Developing the Seazoria Dragons discovery. Through field research, Seazoria Dragon excavations, study, examination, analysis and comparison to other known forms of advanced prehistoric biology. Particular emphasis has been placed on comparing the internal and external features of the Zoria repeating (teeth and Spikes) biological structures directly with the biological structural format of known accepted advanced biological structures.

   

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