Man points camera to the sky. Spots something not seen in millions of years!

AudioColorWorldPublished: September 3, 2015Updated: September 4, 20156,301,396 viewsVirality: 2%
Published: September 3, 2015Updated: September 4, 2015

Wow, isn't this insane. Amateur footage showing a supposed Pterosaur recently flying over Boise, Idaho, USA. Is it the work of video editing, or perhaps the return of the extinct reptile! What we can all take away from this is regardless if that is a work of edit or not, that is an amazing moment. IF that's edited that takes a ton of skill!

For the videos sake, if this were real, what would have you done in this situation? Let us know in the comment section. Be sure to check out https://rumble.com/ for more awesome videos like this one, and feel free to upload any clips of your own.

Check out this supposed extinct Pterosaur.

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  • 2 rumbles
    marcelstjean · 36 weeks ago

    must be real it's blurry...

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    rcmodeler724 · 36 weeks ago

    That's a radio controlled model. There were articles in the magazines a few years ago.

  • 4 rumbles
    MacNeill51 · 31 weeks ago

    It is a remote-controlled model. Watch "War Games"... early version. This one is 3rd or 4th gen, but still very stiff

    • 0 rumbles
      xianstar · 28 weeks ago

      How can you say it's stiff? It's obviously flapping it's wings, and even moves it's head down. There is a photo from 1864, with some Union Civil War Soldiers standing next to a pterodactyl that they shot down. There was also a hoax photo created after, based on this original. The 1864 photo does stump professionals, because it does seem authentic. None the less, what do I know. Perhaps, you're right, but the movement seems very natural, and i see no editing frames or lines around the animal.

      • 2 rumbles
        Lokilok · 4 weeks ago

        Also, that picture of the soldiers and the "pterodactyl they shot down" was a hoax done by a very bored person, 30 years old.

      • 2 rumbles
        Lokilok · 4 weeks ago

        Really, xianstar? You think its movements are natural? You're right, you do know nothing.

      • 1 rumble
        jsterr1 · 3 weeks ago

        lol? the wings look all KINDS of mechanical. too angular to be natural, and barely flapping. that limited wing movement would offer ZERO lift

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      tadchem371 · 4 weeks ago

      Agreed. It is a remote-controlled model. The novel 'nodding' is a nice touch, but the giveaway is the stiffness of the alar membranes. A real membranous wing would flap like a sail or a flag on the upstroke and the downstroke, and maybe even a little luffing at the end of the upstroke or downstroke. The membranes here show no motion independent of the wing struts ('bones').

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    Evlerni · 14 weeks ago

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/536772849312165525/

  • 1 rumble
    Esprit · 14 weeks ago

    Wonder what it eats.

  • 1 rumble
    Margaritagurl47 · 11 weeks ago

    LOVE IT!!! I wonder if the guy, or gal that made that, went to MIT? PRETTY COOL!!

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    ChuckManson · 4 weeks ago

    Pretty blurry to be able to be sure. Saying stuff like "The membranes here show no motion independent of the wing struts ('bones')"? You can't tell it's so blurry. Well here's a news flash. The Native American "Thunderbird" design is patterned after these things. Game wardens have been reporting seeing these things in remote places for decades. Solo, AND in small packs. I don't buy into most of these kind of things. I think Bigffoot, sasquatch, or whatever you wanna call it, is the biggest hoax put on world wide ever. I think it was a legend designed to keep people away from a whole lot of shadey sh*t being done by people, AND governments. This, I'm not so sure is faked. Maybe this instance, but not in the fact that they do exist

  • 1 rumble
    Lokilok · 4 weeks ago

    This just in: Rumble getting ridiculously desperate for views!

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    dx70 · 3 weeks ago

    Where there is one their is a nest...They liked their nests high in rocky areas. Start searching....

  • 1 rumble
    tica · 2 weeks ago

    It must be a robot. Very compact power supply, high tech light weight materials... and a camera good enough to get this footage. Coincidence? hmmm...

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    GinaPocan · 2 weeks ago

    FAKE NEWS... LOL!

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    leo561 · 2 weeks ago

    it is a model airplane did you all see it fly almost upside down no real bird does that--HOAX