Europe: Spain 1, Netherlands 1; Not Soccer, Pterosaur Sightings
Forget about the World Cup, for the moment: Spain defeating Netherlands 1-0 in the international soccer finals. These two countries tied 1-1 in something completely different: modern sightings of apparent pterosaurs. Near Amsterdam (Netherlands), the flying creature, seen in daylight, was an elephant-grey color; in Spain, the flying creature, seen at night, was a suede color, with a long tail. Neither creature had any feathers.
Philippines Sighting Around 1994
“. . . what he called a “pterodactyl,” in fact two flying together, when he was a boy in the city of Pagbilao, Quezon Province (not to be confused with Quezon City). . . . they have long tails about 3 to 4 meters long . . .it is not a bird: They don’t have any feathers. . . . “I saw them clearly: the SHAPE, their BAT-LIKE WINGS, a LONG NECK and . . . I dunno if it is a horn behind their heads. They have a long beak. I even saw their claws between their wings. They don’t have any feathers . . .”