Strange reptilian bird discovered in Mexico

Ixion

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[QUOTE="unicron7, post: 5160536]Looked like a ****ing baby dragon. Sweet.[/QUOTE]

My thoughts exactly.

I knew they were out there somewhere....
 

Vulgotha

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[QUOTE="RedOrb_Collector, post: 5160713]It's just a Nightjar apparently, a known species. I guess it's not common in that area or something.

So disappointed. :(


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[video=youtube;E29iOPSxF94]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E29iOPSxF94&feature=player_embedded[/video]
 
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[QUOTE="RedOrb_Collector, post: 5160713]It's just a Nightjar apparently, a known species. I guess it's not common in that area or something.

So disappointed. :(


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No way a Nightjar can open its mouth that wide open. But if so. I third the "fuu"
 

Jaeger

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[QUOTE="Vulgotha, post: 5160748][video=youtube;E29iOPSxF94]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E29iOPSxF94&feature=player_embedded[/video][/QUOTE]
:lol:

Sums up the majority of the forums reaction to finding out it's a known species and not a dragon. Have some rep, V.