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RE: It's enough to make a paleontologist cry ...

Here's an article with the 'tantalizing' photograph:

My money is on 'not pterodactyl' anyway.

Rick Box
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Subject: It's enough to make a paleontologist cry ...


>>> Monday 14th September, 2009

Now, a 'flying dinosaur shaped UFO' filmed over Argentinean skies   
ANI     Thursday 10th September, 2009     

London, Sept 10 : A strange object spotted flying in Argentinean skies
is speculated to be either a flying saucer or a dinosaur.

A fisherman near San Rafael photographed the mysterious object flying
over an artificial lake called El-Nihuil last Saturday.

The Telegraph quoted fisherman Pino as telling Los Andes: "I was excited
and I do believe life must exist on other planets."

Another witness Christian Figueroa has corroborated Pino's observations.

While some say the object could be a UFO, other are even predicting it
to be a flying dinosaur, the Pterodactyl, which last lived on Earth 66
million years ago.  <<<