About a new e-book, published in September of 2012, especially about why many biologists in Western countries have failed to pick up on eyewitness accounts of modern living pterosaurs (AKA pterodactyls) in various parts of the world, especially in Australia
Covers the concept of universal extinction of all species of pterosaurs and why this idea is flawed, and references the nonfiction cryptozoology book Live Pterosaurs in America (third edition)
This is actually a revision of an older press release. It's about an American author (Jonathan Whitcomb), who interviewed a World War II veteran, Duane Hodgkinson. The veteran had observed, in 1944 in New Guinea, a "pterodactyl" that had a wingspan similar to a Piper Tri-Pacer airplane and a tail "at least" ten or fifteen feet long.
This press release caught the attention of a reporter for the Houston Chronicle, and she wrote a newspaper article on the Marfa Lights of southwest Texas. The theory or hypothesis is this: Some of the most mysterious of the flying lights in the Marfa, Texas, area may be from a group of nocturnal flying predators that have intrinsic bioluminescence. These creatures may be related to the ropen of Papua New Guinea, which some cryptozoologists are sure is a modern living pterosaur in the classification of Rhamphorhynchoid (long-tailed).