Residents of Yorkshire (England) while walking along Bridlington Beach discovered part of a mysterious skeleton.
The find confused people, because most of all this item resembled a dragon’s skull. Internet users, looking at the photos, also found the resemblance striking.
There were lovers of mythology who even explained the presence of holes in the upper part of the skull – supposedly they are designed to remove hot gases so that the head of the fire-breathing dragon does not explode.
But alas, the tale came to an end after some recalled a similar incident that occurred in 2013 in Ireland. A “dragon skull” was also found then, but Dr. Karen Petersen from the Department of Biology at the University of Washington (USA) provided a prosaic explanation for the strange fragment of the mysterious skeleton. It turns out that these are just the pelvic bones of a seagull. So, no matter how sorry to disappoint the lovers of magic, encounters with dragons are not expected in the near future.
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