From Dragons, to the mammal that lays eggs, these are 9 Cryptids that turned out to be REAL! Komodo Dragon -- Until 1910, rumors of a huge, prehistoric reptile slithering about a remote Indonesian island were just that -- rumors. In that year, a Dutch colonial official undertook an expedition to Komodo Island .. and he captured and killed a 6 foot specimen. The dragon carcass was sent as proof to the Zoological Museum and Botanical Garden in Java, which bestowed the name ‘Varanus komodoensis’ (ver-annus komma-doan-sis) upon the creature. But an American explorer named W. Douglas Burden wanted proof for himself. So he organized his own expedition in 1926, with the goal of returning to New York City with two large, living specimens. Yangtze Giant Soft-shell Turtle (Hoan Kiem Turtle) -- In a story taught to generations of Vietnamese schoolchildren, Kim Qui (q’why) is the legendary Golden Turtle God. This turtle is considered the sacred custodian of the magic sword of Le Loi (la loy) … the 15th century rebel leader who vanquished Chinese invaders. After his victory, Le Loi returned the sword to Kim Qui, who took it and submerged into the lake, which was later renamed “Hoan Kiem” (hone keem) … or ‘the Lake of the Returned Sword’. The Hoan Kiem Turtle was always considered a myth until 1998 … that’s scientists managed to film the creature and caught several live samples. And that proved to the world that the Golden Turtle God truly did exist! The former cryptid is recognized by science as the extremely rare Yangtze Giant Softshell Turtle, although it’s known by a few other names as well. There were only four such creatures known to exist, and one died at Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem Lake earlier in 2016, leaving only three in existence. You can find out more by checking out an episode we produced a few months back called “22 Rarest Animals on Earth”! The Okapi ah-copy (African Unicorn) -- No, we didn’t make this one up. The Okapi (ah-copy) truly does exist in remote rainforests of central Africa. While it looks like a combination of animals including the zebra, deer, and antelope, it’s actually most closely related to the giraffe. You can tell by the neck. They even have that animal’s characteristic long blue tongue. While they were known to locals as the Atti or O’api these were quiet and solitary creatures … and they easily evaded attempts by Europeans to capture them …In fact, Europeans came to consider the okapi a myth, referring to them as the ‘African unicorn’. It wasn’t until 1901 that the okapi lost that mythical status . That’s when the British governor of Uganda, Sir Harry Johnston, sent the skeleton of an okapi, along its striped skin to the British Museum for classification. Even though the okapi is now recognized by mainstream science, it still remains an icon of cryptozoology in the 21st century. Giant Squid (Kraken) -- Stories of enormous squids have circulated around the world since the days of Aristotle, who described such monsters. Legends such as the Lusca (luska) in the Caribbean or the Sea Monk of medieval Europe became familiar to seafarers … but the most famous of all legendary squids is the Kraken, the massive tentacled beast said to be as big as an island and devour ships whole. Such creatures were considered myths prior to 1870s, when carcasses of giant squids were beached on the shores of Newfoundland and Labrador. Platypus (Chimera) -- If there’s any animal that qualifies as a real life cryptid, surely it’s the platypus … that’s why we’re giving this marvelous, mashed-up mammal our top spot. With a duck’s bill, otter-like feet and a beaver’s tail, the creature looks like it just stepped out of a Photoshop session. In 1798, preeminent British scientists thought the creature was a hoax. Even its corpse had scholars suspecting it was some sort of sewn-together animal made by Chinese sailors, not unlike the Fiji Mermaid. Today the Platypus is recognized as one of only five monotremes -- mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth. Did you know this is one of the few venomous mammals … the males have spurs on their hind legs that can deliver venom that causes humans severe pain. It’s also known as an iconic symbol of Australia. Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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The Kawuk | modern day dinosaur sightings in Indonesia. We take a look at the Kawuk, the alleged modern day dinosaur in Indonesia. Kawuk is a cryptid native to the Indonesian island of Nusakambangan. The locals said that Kawuk has the shape of a monitor lizard, has four limbs, and are carnivorous. Their sense of smell is very strong, just like Komodo dragon. Thank you for watching! Thank you to CO.AG for the background music!
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This video contains three, quite literal, hidden animals. And a note regarding how fact and fiction merge in unsettling ways. From Melon Heads and Demons to chimps with porcupine quills; These are 12 WEIRDEST Humanoid Cryptids ! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife . From the once mythical Komodo Dragon, to possible evidence of a mysteriousl lost tribe; Here are 10 Strangest Cryptids from Indonesia Subscribe to Epic . This video contains three, quite literal, hidden animals. And a note regarding how fact and fiction merge in unsettling ways. Please support Scary Mysteries!
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From finding a werewolf in a river to mummified fairies in a creepy basement. Shocking mythical creatures you won't belive! 4 A dragon with feathers which didn’t fly used to live in China Most of us would imagine dragons as these huge, bloodthirsty, fire breathing, overgrown lizard monsters with bat wings, and probably in all the colors of the rainbow, too. Nowadays we know about the Komodo Dragon, which is basically a gigantic lizard, although with no bat wings or fire breathing ability, alive and kicking on the island that is its home. But as of 2015, there is some heated debate over the possibility of a feathered dragon. A Chinese farmer from the north-eastern Liaoning province, who wished to remain anonymous, stumbled upon a pretty weird fossil on his land. It was a dinosaur, and most likely a very close cousin of the famous Velociraptor, but this one had wings with long patterned feathers – which it never used to fly. Apparently it also had a tail in the same basically useless fashion. Archaeologists believe that this dinosaur was a sort of middle link between the ancient dinosaurs and the modern age birds they eventually evolved into. The creature whose fossil this is could never fly, because it was too big – as in, around 2 m long, and with a weight to match. Scientists presume that it used its long feathers in multiple layers for display purposes, like some kind of living decoration, probably to attract a mate or for a show of dominance. What makes it all so weird is that this feathered dragon was found in China – although the dragon is a very prominent creature in their folklore, all Chinese dragons look like enormous snakes with claws gliding through the sky, with huge whickers like catfish – and now they’ve got themselves a prehistoric chicken. 3 The skull of a revered cyclops ancestor in the Philippines caves In the backwater areas of Bohol, at Mt. Palaupau in Sumilao, Bukidnon, and in some parts of Agusan, the local tribes people were completely baffled when they discovered skulls of what appeared to be Cyclops. Although the name “Cyclops” comes from Greek mythology, one-eyed giants are a popular motif around the world, and these folks seemed to have found a few! They believed in gigantic early settlers, the most popular being Agyo, who fought the first Spanish conquistadores. Archeologists from the National Museum launched an excavation and discovered more skulls like that in local limestone caves in Bohol. The archeologist Rey Santiago said that studies showed the skull they found really did belong to an ancient settler, but a human one. Because limestone and human bones have similar composition, he supposed that there was a chemical reaction which formed a hole in the skull resembling an eyeball socket. The tribes folk still prefer their ancient one-eyed hero, though. 2 A werewolf floating along in a local Brazilian river One peaceful afternoon in April, back in 2015, two fishermen from north-eastern Brazil were enjoying a relaxing fishing trip together when they came across something equal parts disgusting and disturbing in the shallow water. It was a huge floating corpse of some nondescript beast with enormous fangs and very little fur left. In fact, it had already gone purple and black with decomposure, and the smell was horrendous, but it looked so eerily humanoid that it didn’t take the fishermen long to reach a conclusion: they had stumbled upon a werewolf. While common legend holds it that werewolves are killed with silver which revert them back into their human form upon , this one could’ve died from anything – a heat stroke or being hit by a vehicle. Some sceptics argue that it’s just a bear whose fur fell off while decomposing, but it was in such shape there was no way to tell. 1 A mummified finger of a giant found and disappeared in Egypt This might be just about the most bizarre thing anyone ever found buried in a pile of sand. Back in 1988, Gregor Spörri, an entrepreneur and wannabe treasure hunter met a funny old man with a funny old relic. Allegedly, he had to pay this old man, who said he was a retired grave robber from Cairo, $300 just to see this thing and take a few pictures. He was a robber alright. The grotesque finger was 38 cm long, all dried up, cracked, dark, moldy, and smelled downright nasty. It was supposed to have been found at the grave site of a giant mummified creature near the pyramids of Giza. Scientists did a reconstruction, and if this was a finger from something similar to a human, it would have been around 5 m tall. There were said to be X-rays and a “certificate of genuineness”, but nobody ever saw them. In 2009 Spörri returned hoping to learn more, but both the grave robber and his treasure vanished.
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From improbable mammal mash ups … to the possible explanation for the Kraken … Here are 13 of the strangest mythical creatures that turned out to be real! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr Watch our "Evidence That Aliens HAVE Visited Earth " video here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL227eb9FSI Watch our "CRAZY Ideas That Actually Worked!" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0n2wEAiOcg Watch our UNBELIEVABLE Items Found After Tsunamis !" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNNLwdBI7G #6 Kangaroos Early explorers of Australia came away with stories of bizarre beasts never before witnesses by Europeans. There were animals that stood upright on two legs, had the head of a deer, and hopped about like frogs. When Captain Cook and his crew first observed these marsupials, they thought the creature had two noggins … but the second head actually belonged to the joey inside the mother’s pouch. But in the 1770s, these macropods lost their mythic status. That’s when expired specimens of the beast were put on public display in England. Nowadays of course, they're one of the most recognizable animal icons of Australia … and you could argue they’re the world’s most famous marsupials! #5 Komodo Dragon Early in the 20th century, fishermen returned from the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia with some fantastic stories concerning enormous ‘land crocodiles’ found living there. While some attempts were made to investigate those claims, it wasn’t until 1926 that officials from the American Museum of Natural History mounted an expedition to Komodo Island to officially investigate the wild claims. But those reports turned out to be true. The expedition returned with 12 preserved specimens, and two creatures that were still living. Those animals were exhibited at the London Zoo in 1927 … at which time the public was introduced to the world’s largest species of lizards. Did you know the largest specimen recorded in the wild measured some 3.13 meters (10+ ft), and weighed about 166 kg (366 pounds)? #4 Giant Squids Stories of monstrous squids have been related around the planet since ancient times … even Aristotle described such beasts. The best known of these legends is no doubt the Kraken. This was a creature with numerous tentacles said to be so powerful it could devour entire ships … and even whales! The Kraken traces its origins to Old Icelandic sagas of the 13th century, where it was referred to as the ‘Sea Mist’. It remained a myth until the late 19th century when the carcasses of giant squids washed ashore the beaches of Labrador and Newfoundland in Canada. Those specimens helped to prove to the scientific community that these creatures could have served as the real-life basis for the mythical Kraken. Today, these monster mollusks still retain their mystery. It took until the early 21st century before these animals were captured on video. While that specimen measured around 26 feet (7.9 meters), there are undocumented claims that they could grow as large as 66 feet (20.1 meters). #3 Plesiosaurus The first complete skeleton of one of these creatures was discovered in Dorset in the UK during the 19th century. But the discoverer, paleontologist Mary Anning, faced a lot of skepticism regarding her find. Many experts of the day felt that the proportions of the creature’s neck were too exaggerated… and that led to the assumption that the creature was simply a composite of several different animal skeletons. But after some respected paleontologists of the time came forward to validate Ms Anning’s work, the marine reptile was eventually accepted as a bona fide prehistoric creature. And some sources think they could still be with us today … as many people have conjectured that the Loch Ness Monster, among other aquatic cryptids, might in fact be long lost plesiosaurs. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! #2 Mountain Gorilla In 500 BC, a Carthaginian explorer named Hanno the Navigator sailed along the east coast of Africa, where he described seeing a group of ‘gorillae’ (gorra-lee) … which translates to ‘hariy people’. That name and description inspired the term, Gorilla. In fact, stories of huge ape-men or man-apes wandering about East Africa have been related for centuries. Native and explorers alike recounted tales of these creatures, usually described as violent, bloodthirsty beasts. Until the early 20th century, though, the stories were taken mostly as myth. But in 1902 one of the so called man-apes was shot and killed in Rwanda by a German officer. Upon returning with the specimen to Europe, a new subspecies of Eastern Gorilla was documented -- the Mountain Gorilla. In contrast to the violent myth, the animals are actually known to be communal herbivores that are docile (for the most part). They mainly live in the Virunga Mountains of Central Africa, and in Uganda. 1...
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These massive mammals are prehistoric and now extinct Giant Sloths, they had long claws and skin almost as tough as armor. Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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Scientists at Oxford and Switzerland's Lausanne Museum of Zoology plan to use DNA evidence to determine once and for all whether Bigfoot is real. When's the last time a mythical creature was proven real? Nine years ago. Hunters in Tanzania had spoken for years of a monkey they called the kipunji before biologists found the 3-foot-tall arboreal primate. The kipunji is the most recent so-called cryptid to turn up in the wild. Often creatures exist in lore as cryptids for years before a real life version is discovered. In the 19th century, men sent to the island penal colony of Komodo complained of a man-eating land crocodile. But the first scientific reports of the Komodo dragon didn't come until 1912. It's also not always clear the stories and the real animals are the same. Sailor lore is full of tentacled sea giants like the Kraken. The ancient Greek naturalist Pliny the Elder wrote of an enormous squid with arms "knotted like clubs." These references predate the first credible discovery of a giant squid carcass in Iceland in 1639 and the widespread acceptance of its existence in the 19th century. The same thing? We may never know. It would be pretty surprising if a large humanoid like Bigfoot dodged detection in North America. But believers can take some encouragement: the world's most famous former cryptid is a nonhuman primate. An English sailor held captive in West Africa around 1600 claimed to have seen a monster that looked like a giant man, but without the same level of cognition. He was probably describing the gorilla, although the animal would remain a myth to Western scientists until the mid 19th century. So while you shouldn't believe in all the creatures from bedtime stories, a few may still be out there... tromping through the woods.
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To those influenced by evolutionary theory, one of the most preposterous claims made by Bible-believing creationists is that dinosaurs and humans co-existed. Much evidence, however, favours the recent existence of dinosaurs. Ancient artwork from around the globe shows accurate representations of various kinds of dinosaurs. Documents the actual journey, study, and validation of an ancient depiction of what appears to be a sauropod dinosaur surrounded by nine hunters. Come on an exciting adventure to the Amazon rainforest in Peru, and see new evidence that suggests dinosaurs have lived recently. Thanks to EPIC Voyagers, please visit the website here http://www.epicvoyagers.com/
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Real Dragon Run open filed original dragon Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) If you think of dragons as supersize reptiles with a nasty bite, the Komodo dragon is the real deal. Up to 3m long and weighing as much as 70kg, they are the world's biggest lizards. They can't breathe fire, but they kill pigs, deer and water buffalo with their mouths. In the past it was assumed that bacteria in their saliva caused blood poisoning. But in 2009 scientists discovered that Komodo dragons have venomous saliva that floods the wounds inflicted by their razor-sharp teeth. The tale of how the dragons earned their nickname is suitably legendary. In 1926, W. Douglas Burden, grandson of a wealthy railway magnate, set off to the Lower Sunda Islands of Indonesia to capture a dozen giant lizards for the American Museum of Natural History. In his memoir of the expedition, Dragon Lizards of Komodo, Burden describes one animal as "a hoary customer, black as dead lava, whose very aspect spoke of indefinite existence". He also details his wife's damsel-in-distress moment, when she was rescued from a dragon by the gun of a fellow explorer. The adventure immortalised the Komodo dragon, and inspired the film King Kong. A dragonsnake (Xenodermus javanicus) (Credit: Matthijs Kuijpers/Alamy) A dragonsnake (Xenodermus javanicus) (Credit: Matthijs Kuijpers/Alamy) Dragonsnake (Xenodermus javanicus) The dragonsnake is native to Indonesia and Malaysia, and sometimes turns up in Thailand and Myanmar. It is a mysterious species that goes by several names, including Javan mudsnake, Javan tubercle snake and rough-backed litter snake. Its mythical name was inspired by its characteristic scales. Xenodermus means 'strange skin', and refers to the rows of knobbly black scales that run in raised ridges down the snake's body. Dragonsnakes commonly measure 60cm (2 feet), with females slightly larger than males. There is only one species of dragonsnake. In 2013, a genetic analysis suggested they are a sister group to the primitive, aquatic file snakes of Australia and Indonesia. Despite being discovered way back in 1836 and hunting on rice paddies, not much is known about dragonsnakes. They mostly hunt at night, for frogs. Central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) (Credit: Jurgen Freund/NPL) Central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) (Credit: Jurgen Freund/NPL) Bearded dragons (Pogona sp.) Bearded dragons are a favourite with pet owners around the world. The eight species in the Pogona genus all come from central Australia. These dragons puff out their throats to create an imposing ruff of spiked scales. This 'beard' also turns black during courtship, aggression and times of stress. In 2014 it emerged that the central bearded dragon actually changes its shade in sync with its circadian rhythms. It starts the day dark and becomes progressively lighter, appearing cream at night. The colour change may help it absorb heat during the day and stay warm through cold nights. The central bearded dragon has also surprised scientists with its ability to learn. In 2015 Anna Wilkinson of the University of Lincoln in the UK and her colleagues found that the lizards could imitate a fellow dragon to complete a task – pushing a door open in a particular direction. Shocking pink dragon millipede (Desmoxytes purpurosea) (Credit: Thailand Wildlife/Alamy) Shocking pink dragon millipede (Desmoxytes purpurosea) (Credit: Thailand Wildlife/Alamy) Shocking pink dragon millipede (Desmoxytes purpurosea) At the smaller end of the real dragon scale we have the millipedes. Dragon millipedes are found throughout South East Asia and named for the elaborate spikey protrusions, or 'paranota', that are thought to shield their many legs. One of the most striking species was discovered in 2007 in Thailand, living in a limestone cavern. Researchers came across the shocking pink dragon millipede sitting in the leaf litter. At 3cm long, it is one of the largest dragon millipedes. This millipede smells of almonds. That may not sound like an off-putting scent, but it is a signature of poison. Like many other Polydesmida millipedes, the shocking pink dragon millipede produces hydrogen cyanide from its defensive glands. Its bright pink shade warns predators that it is toxic. More species of dragon millipede have since been discovered in Laos, the Philippines and southern China. A flying dragon (Draco volans) doing its thing (Credit: Solvin Zankl/NPL) A flying dragon (Draco volans) doing its thing (Credit: Solvin Zankl/NPL) Flying dragon (Draco sp.) For purists that believe dragons should fly, meet the Draco genus of lizards. They are true gliding reptiles, an adaptation that serves them well in the tropical forests of South East Asia. Much like aircraft wings are built of struts with a membrane stretched across, these flying dragons have elongated ribs that support a flap of skin, called the patagia. This allows them to glide an average of 8m as they jump between trees.
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Sightings of Dinosaur-Like Beast: The Megalania - … Jul 16, 2014Sightings of a huge beast similar to a dinosaur called the Megalania continue to be reported. The Megalania is a massive lizard that dwarfs the Komodo Tributo a megalania - YouTube Feb 06, 2011Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Megalania prisca es una especie extinta de la familia Varanidae. Era un gigantesco Frontiers of Zoology: Austrian Cave Encounter With Reptoids FRONTIERS OF ZOOLOGY Dale A. Drinnon has been a researcher in the field of Cryptozoology for the past 30+ years and has corresponded with Bernard
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Australia: Megalania the Monster Lizard of Oz In Australia we investigate the Megalania Lizard - a giant predator who would have been able to out-run a man and tear him to pieces. Thought to be extinct, the Megalania held court in the Australian outback for over 2 million years. Scientists believe this creature last walked these lands over 20 thousand years ago – but there are others who believe it is still out there…
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Cryptozoology is a pseudoscience that aims to prove the existence of entities from the folklore record, such as Bigfoot or chupacabras, as well as undetected animals otherwise considered extinct, such as dinosaurs. Cryptozoologists refer to these entities as cryptids. Because it does not follow the scientific method, cryptozoology is considered a pseudoscience by the academic world: it is neither a branch of zoology nor folkloristics. IAYTD is your one-stop shop for all things comics, movies, television, and more. If you're curious about fandoms like Game of Thrones or the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I can help with my regular What Is videos that summarize a hobby or interest in just a few minutes! If you love movies but maybe you're not current, I'll prepare you for the newest entries in the biggest franchises like Fast and the Furious and Star Wars. FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/IAYTD INSTAGRAM: @iaytd TWITTER: https://twitter.com/iaytd WEBSITE: http://iamyourtargetdemographic.com Here are some of my favorites! Guide to Omega Level Mutants: https://youtu.be/eCB8eenktmo Understanding Marvel's Movie Rights: https://youtu.be/1ZT_ni9HgnI What is Dungeons and Dragons: https://youtu.be/xh6hqDR-RKc http://facebook.com/IAYTD http://iamyourtargetdemographic.com
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Many of the planet’s most famous killer dinosaurs owe their success to deeply serrated teeth that specialized in tearing through the flesh and crunching on the bones of other dinosaurs. But not only did their teeth have saw-like cutting edges, the tissues within each tooth were arranged in a way that strengthened and improved the function of their fearsome chompers. The only reptiles living today that have superficially similar teeth are the Komodo dragons of Indonesia.
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Breaking News: A mysterious Sea Monster was captured on photo by a Scottish Tourist Off the Grecian Coastline I think it could be a hippo. Music & Video by Didier Manchione all rights reserved Moonfull publishing Socan Canada 2015 MUSICNEWS NETWORK.
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Welcome to Top10Archive! Tucked between Australia and China lies a mess of islands amidst the Indian Ocean. Right in the middle of it all is Indonesia, a tropical nation that just so happens to be the next stop on our Top 10 journey across the globe. We’ll uncover the history, local culture, and incredible people that make up this beautiful country with these top 10 amazing facts about Indonesia! As the locals say… uh… Saya harus berlatih Bahasa Indonesia saya. 10. Tropical Wildlife 9. Cuisine of Indonesia 8. The Fame of Indonesia 7. Indonesian Attractions 6. Volcanoes of Indonesia 5. Indonesian Islands 4. World Records of Indonesians 3. The Monsters of Indonesia 2. Early People of Indonesia 1. Gaining Independence References: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0rzsIrAxF4kCsALP6J2EsA https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHj2jp2IH5U6EL8dimKClFA https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_ZTmAt4G3AotY5RtfDK3Pg Voice Over Talent: http://www.youtube.com/user/thought2
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The chupacabra is a legendary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas, with the first sightings reported in Puerto Rico. The name comes from the animal's reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock, especially goats. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video
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Die Minecraft Mob Mash Mob fügt eine Reihe paranormaler Wesen hinzu, die das Leben in Miecraft zu einer echten Herausvorderung machen. Links: _________________________________________________________________ Download Mod: https://addons-origin.cursecdn.com/files/2441/404/Mob%20Mash-1.1.jar Forge: http://files.minecraftforge.net/ Spiel: Minecraft(MojangAB) https://minecraft.net/de/ Intro by DerAstronaut:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Nh7MEhNEH vF3sTiQmJCIg _________________________________________________________________
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Download this game full version: http://bit.ly/24OVYLt Free video about gargoyle monster. This free video was created for you by http://bit.ly/24OVYLt and can be used for free under the creative commons license with the attribution of epSos.de as the original author of this gargoyle monster video. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !! Also from the Cryptozoology sightings reported by "real" existing monsters regularly. A prominent example is the Loch Ness monster. In addition to such a fantastic and extremely unlikely beings and it never did but always sightings of monsters, which turned out to be real (as the Komodo dragon, the mountain gorilla, the giant squid, or megamouth ), or at least could exist with a relatively high probability. The term Monster is derived from Latin. In a narrower sense it refers to a usually relative to a rather idealized seen people ungestaltes beings. Meanwhile deformity, its sole purpose the first reference to the measure - an ideal in physical as idealistic ways. Especially within the theological thought of the Church Fathers and the Middle Ages is the monster to the decree, the believers should point out the dangers and consequences of departure from the true faith, so that's set conscious of God. Monster in this image area were animals, mythological hybrid creatures, but also quite "human beings" his ( Augustine : monstra sunt in genere humano - monsters are part of the human race), which as a fabulous races were described. The term Monster finds its way into the common parlance of the literature. They usually have winged animal and demonic figures. Curiously, it is not uncommon in restoration, replacing missing with new shaped gargoyles gargoyles present reasons to demonstrate the age of the piece. In the Cathedral of Palencia, for example, you may see a gargoyle representing a photographer. In the area of the legend, the gargoyle is a dragon that lived in the marshes of the Seine near Rouen. Saint Romain defeated the "gargoyle". A parade in the city dedicated this event where, in the end, one prisoner was pardoned; it had traditionally held during the celebrations of the Ascension. The mention of the miracle of Gargoyle is known writings on the life of St. Romain of the viii th century. The release of the prisoners is mentioned for the first time in an investigation ordered in 1210 by King Philip Augustus. The history of the Gargoyle taken and killed by the archbishop of Rouen appears for the first time in an act of 1394. Already, however, these gargoyles affect the shape of fantastic animals, heavily carved as to reveal their structure. Soon, the architects of the xiii th century recognized that there was a considerable advantage to divide the waterfalls. This, in fact, avoided the long slopes in the gutters and reduced each fall at a very thin stream of water that can harm the lower buildings. So we multiplied the gargoyles; multiplying them, we could cut the finer, more slender, and sculptors seized these projecting stone into a decorative motif of buildings. The variety of forms given to gargoyles is prodigious; we know of no two alike in France, and our monuments from the Middle Ages are covered. Many of these are gargoyles sculpture masterpieces; it's a whole world of animals and characters composed with great energy, live, boldly carved by skilled and safe hands. These beings skillfully attached to drips, are welded to the architecture and silhouettes buildings give a particular character, marking their highlights, accusing the heads of the boxes against, arguing the vertical lines. We can judge the skill of the architects and sculptors in the combination and implementation of these launchers by the difficulty we experience in combining and enforce them. In modern pastiches that were made Gothic buildings, it is quite rare to see gargoyles happily bind to the architecture: they are either misplaced or heavy, or too thin, or as soft, poor of invention, without character; they do not have the actual appearance so remarkable in ancient examples; it is impossible beings, often ridiculous, gross caricatures devoid of style. When Cosplay provides the participants a character through costume and behavior as faithfully as possible. The character can consist of a manga, an anime, a video game or a movie come. The costumes of the most 15 to 25 year old actors are often of high quality. Japanese Cosplayers are increasingly regimented and allow other than the presentation of the costume in a narrow time frame, no further artistic activity. Some cosplayers in Japan have achieved such widespread popularity that so-called "Idol Cards" are available from them. Many cosplayers who are active on the Internet, put their costumes on specially designed websites. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !!
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