- A woman said her camera captured a creature that looked like a dinosaur
- According to the homeowner, the creature was captured while crossing her backyard
- She added that everyone she has shown the footage concluded the creature could be a dinosaur
Is the apocalypse near? That is the major question on the mind of a worried US homeowner.
Cristina Ryan, a resident at Palm Coast is currently living in fear after seeing a creature looking like a dinosaur running across her yard.
The incident made Ryan to question whether the prehistoric creatures are creeping back years after alleged extinction.
According to Fox 35 News, Ryan disclosed to the media that her security camera locked in on what seemed like a baby dinosaur crossing her yard.
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The homeowner revealed that the aforementioned happened this week.
Ryan told Fox 35 News:
"Any animal we can come up with that would be 'walking' at 3:40 am in the morning, wouldn't walk this way. Maybe I have watched 'Jurassic Park' too many times, but I see a raptor or other small dinosaur!"
Ryan said she may be wrong but confirmed everyone she showed the footage ended up with the same conclusion, that the creature indeed looks like a baby dinosaur.
"Some say a large bird, but that makes no sense, since whatever it is appears to have front legs. So not sure? Lol. I am sticking with raptor myself."
The footage was shared online and many people had different views on what the creature could be.
A random social media user wrote:
"Looks like a Komodo dragon or some type of lizard!"
Yet another user concluded that the creature was nothing but just a dog.
The user said:
"That is a dog wearing a harness dragging a leash. You can see all four legs and the harness and leash dragging behind it."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that rare images of Cross River gorillas with multiple babies in Mbe mountains were captured by conservationists.
The images are proof that the subspecies once feared to be extinct is reproducing amid protection efforts.
John Oates who helped establish conservation efforts for the gorillas more than two decades ago was excited about the new images.