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14 May 2011, JellyBean @ 7:45 am

I LOVE stories like these. Stories that are actually official in some kind of way. OK yes, it could still all be a hoax but shees it is a monster!! Hell yeah!

Check it out:

Is it a bird or something else? The creature, which was discovered near Meshginshahr in Iran is reportedly bipedal, quickly decaying, and nothing like any of the other creatures ever discovered in the area – or anywhere else on Earth. Not only is the creature bipedal, it has massive teeth with fangs unlike anything we’ve seen flying through the air – at least not for several million years. Is this a survivor of the cretaceous period that somehow met its end recently in Iran? Or is this something completely different?

How could a creature that so clearly is very different from anything we’ve seen before survive near densely populated areas? And are there more of this species elsewhere in Iran? The creature, which was first reported by IRNA on Sunday had a long snout (or beak), feathers, and what appear to be two bird-like legs. But ornithologists looking into the case are saying those three things don’t go together. Currently the incident is being investigated by the Iranian Environmental Protection Organization.

Cryptozoologists are equally vexed in most cased as they examine photographs of the bird’s body. It is currently unknown what the composition of the creature’s bones are, or how it could be held aloft if the head were made of the more dense heavy skull material of most land-based creatures.

But the story doesn’t end there. As officials continued their investigation, they found that the creature was recently alive. Villagers told stories of the creature living in a cave just outside the village where it would be seen walking about. Upon closer investigation of the area they found evidence that indeed something had recently been living there. But just what that is, they could not say.

Read more on Unexplainable.net

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