Behold, a dragon!
>>>>… over the past three years, an international team of scientists unearthed numerous fossils from eastern Australia dated from 300,000 years ago to roughly 4 million years ago that they now know belong to the Komodo dragon.
“When we compared these fossils to the bones of present-day Komodo dragons, they were identical,” said researcher Scott Hocknull, a vertebrate paleontologist at the Queensland Museum in Australia.<<<
Now imagine them even BIGGER!
Are they still with us today? Considering what we know about the Young earth, they just might be!
Author/Cryptozoologist Rex Gilroy with the plaster cast of one of the huge three-toed footprints, of a mysterious bipedal reptillian giant creature, found outside Narooma NSW in June 1984. Such a species is known under a variety of names in ancient Aboriginal traditions Australia wide.
The plaster cast made by Rex and Heather Gilroy, from a giant monitor lizard footprint, one of a number found by a Moruya NSW farmer in the winter of 1979. Sightings of 3 to 6 metre long giant goanna’s continue to be reported from Moruya and other nearby south-coastal NSW districts.