Merlin's Cryptid Collection. Evidence of Earth's fabulous past
Merlin's Cryptid Collection. Evidence of Earth's fabulous past

In 2006 in London, a tightly walled basement was discovered under the building of an orphanage, containing hundreds of large boxes with more than 5,000 thousand artifacts, including mysterious skeletons and mysterious manuscripts. These artifacts are called the "Merlin's Cryptides Collection" because they belonged to the cryptozoologist, aristocrat and biologist Thomas Theodore Merlin, born in 1782. This man dedicated his life to collecting and studying strange, mystical species.

For example, this collection contains skeletons and descriptions of some species of Dragons, which are the remains of the unique hymenoptera dinosaurs that lived in the mountains of Nepal, as well as in the far north of Siberia. The last known population was found in the Himalayas of Gurkha, Nepal, under the supervision of a group of monks. Previously, it was known about two types of Dragons - the Dragon Alatus and the Dragon minor. Now we can add Dragon Magnus, the largest known dragon subspecies. Drawings depicting Dragon Magnus show a wingspan of up to 250 feet (up to 76 meters). They, in a fire ritual, using their pyrochemical secretions from the glands in the throat, burn the body of the deceased, leaving nothing but ash.

The collection itself contains many species of both legendary creatures, known only from myths and legends, and well-preserved remains of dinosaurs, which directly prove that some types of dinosaurs have survived to our time.

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