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What was Hot in February 2009

Giant Snake or just Fake?

February has now passed, mad March is here and signs of spring are everywhere. Around the 1st of every month I plan to post a quick list of the most popular stories from the previous month.

This months list includes Giant Snakes, UFOs and Tasmanian Tigers.

100ft-long ’snake’ Photographed in Borneo
An alleged photo of a giant snake swimming up a river in Borneo caused quit a stir when it appeared on the next last month. Unfortunately (or fortunately for the locals living along the river) the photo is more than likely just a fake! Although there are legends of giant snakes in that part of the world.
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Titanoboa, worlds largest snake found!
The fossilised remains of the world’s largest snake, a 15-metre, one tonne behemoth that included crocodiles among its favourite foods, have been found in a coal mine in northern Colombia.
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Giant UFO seen by entire City
February 15th at around 6pm the residents of the south eastern Siberian city of Chita (population around 300,000) witnessed a giant UFO cross their city and then disappear over the horizon.
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4 new Thylacine sightings in 3 months!
This is an old story from 2006, but still appears to be very popular – have you seen a Tasmanian Tiger? Or know someone who has?
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Top 100 Endangered Species
Another popular story from 2007: Recent studies indicate that almost 75 per cent of the world’s most extraordinary threatened mammals are receiving little or no conservation attention.
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Secret Danish UFO archives released
The Danish Air Force has opened its UFO archives on more than 15,000 reported extraterrestrial sightings to the public.
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In the late 80s I started investigating UFOs and crop circles and joined the CCCS (Centre for Crop Circle Studies) and a local group researching strange sightings and reports along the south coast of Dorset (UK). In the early ’90s I started my own research group called SPS (Strange Phenomena Studies), this was renamed in 2004 to Cryptoworld.

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