Pterosaurs Alive,
Not Extinct
Contact Norman Huntington
How often we read something like, "pterosaurs lived from the late Triassic to the end of the Cretaceous Period," or "became extinct by
65 million years ago." How rarely we read
the simple truth: No clear scientific case
for extinction has ever been presented,
not even for one species of pterosaur.

Eyewitnesses, however, give powerful
testimonies that pterosaurs still live.
Is the Ropen a Pterosaur?
--Expeditions: Papua New Guinea
What Happened to Pterosaurs?
--Why Believe in Extinction?
Pterosaurs Alive (Home)
Cryptozoological investigations are based on many reported sightings of apparent living pterosaurs in a number of countries
Worldwide Sightings
Modern Pterosaur or Extinct?
--Reply To Kuban
Pterosaurs Seen by 1400 Americans
A cryptozoologist estimates that at least 1400 credible eyewitnesses have seen, in the United States, over the past 29 years, large flying creatures unlike any known bird or bat: apparent pterosaurs.
Living Pterosaurs
65-million years ago—how often is that phrase connected to the word “pterosaurs,” but how do we know that they are extinct?
Alive Not Extinct