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They find ‘dinosaur’ in the courtyard of a home in Florida, USA
A woman in Florida, United States, claimed to have seen a dinosaur. The creature was recorded in video by the security camera of your home.
The images show how a creature appears running along the woman’s garden. The events occurred last Sunday at 03:40.
The woman named Cristina Ryan, noted for the television network FOX 35 Orlando that the animal seen in the videotape is a “baby of a raptor” because of the way it walks.
“Any animal that we can think of that could be walking at 03:40 in the morning, would not walk this way. Maybe i have seen Jurassic Park many times, but I see a raptor or another type of little dinosaur, “said Cristina.
The little creature with the long tail appears running through the garden of Ryan’s house, located on Palm Coast. The 17-second video has gained popularity among Internet users.
Some began to speculate, they even assured that it could be a reptile or a turkey, however, Cristina affirms that it is a “raptor”.
“Some say it’s a big bird, but that doesn’t make sense, since whatever it is that appears to have front legs. So I’m not sure? I am left with a kidnapper, “he told the television network.
GIRL CATCHES A CREATURE ON NESS LAKE ON VIDEO
In 2018, an eight-year-old girl filmed a strange glowing phenomenon on the surface of Loch Ness, Scotland, UK, which has once again filled the British media with speculation about the mythical creature that, according to popular culture, inhabits those waters. reports the newspaper Metro.
The images were captured by little Laria Annand, who was resting on the shore of the lake with her grandmother Marie, when the older woman spotted twinkling lights over the water that came from “something very, very long.”
“There were no boats or people” in the vicinity, so “the only thing I can think of is that we have seen the Loch Ness monster,” said the old woman.
However, the British newspaper admits the possibility that the shine could have been the product of sunlight on the surface of the water.