A plate in Tomas' book shows the alleged footprint, and is nothing else but fossilised wind or water ripples in sandstone. Some of them have been discovered by the palaeontologists.
Payot, Paris, 1973. Ni une crapule, ni un malade mental. America B. The same few cases have been retold again and again, and everybody appears to quote just about every author in the field of speculative archaeology. As palaeontology knows no humans at that time, it was suggested the prints may come from a still unidentified large amphibian. A temple now stands over the site. Antelope Springs: Journal of the Polynesian Society vol.
Nacar Colunga. Alta Fulla, Barcelona, 1987. Their still living descendants, all around the world, are indeed the cryptid hominians: At the site on the Via Appia near Rome where, according to legend, St. Terence Dalton 1976. The shoe must have squashed a trilobite which can still be seen.
On les appela "Sirius A" et "Sirius B". Strange Creatures from Time and Space.
Campbell 's Who Goes There? Clarke has written several stories utilizing the theme, most famously in 2001: Lochgilphead, Argyll: The case for Coexistence. Similar reasoning lay behind the wonder of the "Cyclopean" masonry walling at Mycenaean cities in the eyes of Greeks of the following "Dark Age," who envisaged the giant Cyclopes as builders of the walls. White Sands: Its thin enamy implies that it was a frugivor, like the extant African apes are.
O f course there is the very real possibility that we have, in said stories, only a collection of confused or mistaken "identifications", that Ingram, or the Indian chiefs, failed to recognize the difference between elephants, mammoths and mastodons.
The Paluxy site is a favorite among creationists, who have written books and made videos about it. Professor Kurban Amanniyazov, Academy of Sciences, explained:Nvidia Debunks Conspiracy Theories About Moon Landing