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Cryptid: Partridge creek beast by kaijulord21 Cryptid: Partridge creek beast by kaijulord21
A rare example of northern dinosaur, the partridge creek beast was sighted in northern Canada at the turn of the century by hunters tracking reindeer. they described a bipedal monster with a long tail and a horn on it's head and it was covered in bristle like "hairs" and had sharp clwas and teeth.
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Dinofuzz Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This theropod is far more plausible, than those african cryptid ornithodirans.
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superraptor777 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
looks a bit like a Ceratosaurus!
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Vector-Master Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS. I am a huge Cryptozoological fan, and I've never heard of this particular cryptid before, and its very interesting. Great art, by the way.
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StraightUpRaver Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
it sounds like a Ceratosaurus covered in feathers to me O_-
big enough for nothing else to fuck with it, small enough to remain undetected :p
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MikeSpikester11 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011
I wonder why there isn't so much info about this cryptid?
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cryptidsaurian Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
way to stick to the sighting but ceratosaurus were nowhere near the range of foury ft actually 20 ft less but I guess, but there were some large teeth thought thought to belong to a ceratosaur from which it was was estimated to be one of the largest theropods known. but given time and no predators to stop it a ceratosaurus could easily grown to fourty feet. but I'm sticking with the ceratosaurus theory.
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PonchoFirewalker01 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2012
And if there's a good amount of prey to feed a forty foot tall ceratosaurus.
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cryptidsaurian Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh wow, how much things have changed :O. I disagree with what I said before, but at any rate there certainly would be a good food supply for a large beast I'm sure.
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PonchoFirewalker01 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2012
But I bet that a regular sized ceratosaurus with fuzz and survive at that location, feeding on elk, woodland bison, and moose, ya know?
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cryptidsaurian Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's not even that. The magazine this was published in was for fiction authors to publish their works, this was in a section (paraphrasing) called strange but true, that seems very, very suspicious.. :)
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