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It’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. In this case, a story this week out of #China is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “OMG! It’s a dragon! Why aren’t those people terrified?” Here’s what we know. The video was reportedly taken in #Zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #Hebei province in Northern #China with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022WinterOlympics. Let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “Hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). A translation of the story at wukong.com  says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. The long thin serpentine body matches the #Chinese version of dragons rather than the #GameofThrones or flying lizard types.

However, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or TV show. While the Chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it.

It seems like every odd fossil discovery in China gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. An alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary.

A 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #Qijiang city in the southwestern #Chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾More in comments 👇🏾 Thoughts? it’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. in this case, a story this week out of #china is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “omg! it’s a dragon! why aren’t those people terrified?” here’s what we know. the video was reportedly taken in #zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #hebei province in northern #china with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022winterolympics. let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). a translation of the story at wukong.com says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. the long thin serpentine body matches the #chinese version of dragons rather than the #gameofthrones or flying lizard types. however, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or tv show. while the chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it. it seems like every odd fossil discovery in china gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. an alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary. a 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #qijiang city in the southwestern #chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾more in comments 👇🏾
2,363 158 18 hours ago
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Residents from Zhangjiakou City, in China’s northern Hebei Province, stumbled across the mysterious bones and filmed their discovery.

It has not yet been confirmed what the remains are, but the discovery has sparked interest on social media.

The skeleton includes a large skull and two tiny arms - extending across a stretch of grass.

Unlike dragons depicted in Western mythology, traditional Chinese dragons have no wings and fly by - follow me (@321fact) for more latest news!💡 - read⬇️ - residents from zhangjiakou city, in china’s northern hebei province, stumbled across the mysterious bones and filmed their discovery. it has not yet been confirmed what the remains are, but the discovery has sparked interest on social media. the skeleton includes a large skull and two tiny arms - extending across a stretch of grass. unlike dragons depicted in western mythology, traditional chinese dragons have no wings and fly by "swimming" through the air. • • • • • • #dragon#skeleton#discovery#china#zhangjiakou#china#realorfake#real#fake#recent#social#hebei#socialmedia#mystery
5,564 211 2 days ago
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Residents from Zhangjiakou City, in China’s northern Hebei Province, stumbled across the mysterious bones and filmed their discovery.

It has not yet been confirmed what the remains are, but the discovery has sparked interest on social media.

The skeleton includes a large skull and two tiny arms - extending across a stretch of grass.

Unlike dragons depicted in Western mythology, traditional Chinese dragons have no wings and fly by There was video but the repost app doesn't do swipe posts :-/ •|• repost @321fact ・・・ - follow me (@321fact) for more latest news!💡 - read⬇️ - residents from zhangjiakou city, in china’s northern hebei province, stumbled across the mysterious bones and filmed their discovery. it has not yet been confirmed what the remains are, but the discovery has sparked interest on social media. the skeleton includes a large skull and two tiny arms - extending across a stretch of grass. unlike dragons depicted in western mythology, traditional chinese dragons have no wings and fly by "swimming" through the air. • • • • • • #dragon#skeleton#discovery#china#zhangjiakou#china#realorfake#real#fake#recent#social#hebei#socialmedia#mystery
898 41 2 days ago
O olho vê o alvo 🎯 o córtex pre frontal concentra no que se tem que fazer, mas é o instinto que te leva! 
#hebei training session O olho vê o alvo 🎯 o córtex pre frontal concentra no que se tem que fazer, mas é o instinto que te leva! #hebei training session
4,631 110 June 2017
⚽ @pocho22lavezzi ⚽ Gracias por el cariño, Pocho. ¡Saludos, craque! #CosaNostra #LaMafiaBarbearia #OLugarParaGrandesHomens #GrandesHombres #Argentina #Hermano #PochoLavezzi #Hebei #Craque @pocho22lavezzi ⚽ gracias por el cariño, pocho. ¡saludos, craque! #cosanostra #lamafiabarbearia #olugarparagrandeshomens #grandeshombres #argentina #hermano #pocholavezzi #hebei #craque
192 1 6 hours ago
Los residentes de la ciudad china #Zhangjiakou (provincia #Hebei), situada en el noreste del país, se han encontrado con un enorme esqueleto de nada menos que 18 metros de longitud de una criatura que no ha podido ser identificada. Un video con el hallazgo se ha hecho viral en las últimas horas.

La grabación muestra el esqueleto descubierto formado por una larga columna vertebral y una serie de costillas que terminan en una larga cola. El cráneo del 'dragón' tiene cuernos y se asemeja al de una vaca.

También en el video se pueden distinguir los huesos que parecen corresponder con las patas de la misteriosa criatura.

Más detalles ingresando al link de la biografía (https://goo.gl/5WyCMU)📱💻 Los residentes de la ciudad china #zhangjiakou (provincia #hebei), situada en el noreste del país, se han encontrado con un enorme esqueleto de nada menos que 18 metros de longitud de una criatura que no ha podido ser identificada. un video con el hallazgo se ha hecho viral en las últimas horas. la grabación muestra el esqueleto descubierto formado por una larga columna vertebral y una serie de costillas que terminan en una larga cola. el cráneo del 'dragón' tiene cuernos y se asemeja al de una vaca. también en el video se pueden distinguir los huesos que parecen corresponder con las patas de la misteriosa criatura. más detalles ingresando al link de la biografía (https://goo.gl/5wycmu)📱💻
178 12 2 days ago
Con un gol y una asistencia del Pocho #Lavezzi, #Hebei venció 3-2 al Jiangsu Suning (gol de Roger #Martínez) en la #Superliga de #China. Con un gol y una asistencia del pocho #lavezzi, #hebei venció 3-2 al jiangsu suning (gol de roger #martínez) en la #superliga de #china.
2,605 11 5 days ago
Buen triunfo hoy! A seguir por este camino.
Great victory today! We're on the right track now, let's stay on it!
#Hebei #BeijingGuoan Buen triunfo hoy! a seguir por este camino. great victory today! we're on the right track now, let's stay on it! #hebei #beijingguoan
33,410 102 May 2017
Photograph by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto - This is China? Driving the  Grass Skyline, renowned for its spectacular scenery, over 83 miles of rolling hills, vegetable farms and grasslands. Called Chinas route 66, it's located just 3 hours north of Beijing, near the future site of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games. #grassskyline #hebei #china #beijingolympics @thephotosociety @natgeocreative  @supchinanews Photograph by michael yamashita @yamashitaphoto - this is china? driving the grass skyline, renowned for its spectacular scenery, over 83 miles of rolling hills, vegetable farms and grasslands. called chinas route 66, it's located just 3 hours north of beijing, near the future site of the 2022 olympic winter games. #grassskyline #hebei #china #beijingolympics @thephotosociety @natgeocreative @supchinanews
586,417 1,150 July 2017
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Thoughts?

It’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. In this case, a story this week out of #China is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “OMG! It’s a dragon! Why aren’t those people terrified?” Here’s what we know. The video was reportedly taken in #Zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #Hebei province in Northern #China with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022WinterOlympics. Let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “Hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). A translation of the story at wukong.com  says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. The long thin serpentine body matches the #Chinese version of dragons rather than the #GameofThrones or flying lizard types.

However, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or TV show. While the Chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it.

It seems like every odd fossil discovery in China gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. An alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary.

A 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #Qijiang city in the southwestern #Chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾More in comments 👇🏾 #repost @freedom_faction ・・・ thoughts? it’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. in this case, a story this week out of #china is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “omg! it’s a dragon! why aren’t those people terrified?” here’s what we know. the video was reportedly taken in #zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #hebei province in northern #china with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022winterolympics. let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). a translation of the story at wukong.com says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. the long thin serpentine body matches the #chinese version of dragons rather than the #gameofthrones or flying lizard types. however, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or tv show. while the chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it. it seems like every odd fossil discovery in china gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. an alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary. a 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #qijiang city in the southwestern #chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾more in comments 👇🏾
21 3 1 hour ago
⚽ @pocho22lavezzi ⚽ Gracias por el cariño, Pocho. ¡Saludos, craque! #CosaNostra #LaMafiaBarbearia #OLugarParaGrandesHomens #GrandesHombres #Argentina #Hermano #PochoLavezzi #Hebei #Craque @pocho22lavezzi ⚽ gracias por el cariño, pocho. ¡saludos, craque! #cosanostra #lamafiabarbearia #olugarparagrandeshomens #grandeshombres #argentina #hermano #pocholavezzi #hebei #craque
192 1 6 hours ago
Goodbye Wuhan🖐. At this huge sparkling new airport🌏
#tianheairport #wuhan #hebei #china #skgotraveleatwell Goodbye wuhan🖐. at this huge sparkling new airport🌏 #tianheairport #wuhan #hebei #china #skgotraveleatwell
37 0 7 hours ago
ROAD FC 44 will take place at the Hebei Gymnasium in Shijiazhuang on Saturday 11 November in conjunction with the city to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Shijiazhuang Daily @roadfc #roadfc #roadfc44 #hebei #china #shijiazhuang #mma #wmma #grappling #wrestling #fight #fighter #martialarts #mixedmartialarts #boxing #muaythai #kickboxing #bjj #jiujitsu #news #fightnews Road fc 44 will take place at the hebei gymnasium in shijiazhuang on saturday 11 november in conjunction with the city to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the shijiazhuang daily @roadfc #roadfc #roadfc44 #hebei #china #shijiazhuang #mma #wmma #grappling #wrestling #fight #fighter #martialarts #mixedmartialarts #boxing #muaythai #kickboxing #bjj #jiujitsu #news #fightnews
51 0 16 hours ago
Боже, сколько раз я убеждал себя не приезжать в Шицзячжуан. В итоге, опять приперся. На улице, как всегда, стоит страшная дымища. Напоминает постапокалиптический мир😷😫😩 Сегодня придётся весь день провести на заводе😷😭 Скорей бы отсюда улететь... #china #polution #hebei #shijiazhuang #китай #экология #bussinesstrip #chinatrip #instatrip Боже, сколько раз я убеждал себя не приезжать в Шицзячжуан. В итоге, опять приперся. На улице, как всегда, стоит страшная дымища. Напоминает постапокалиптический мир😷😫😩 Сегодня придётся весь день провести на заводе😷😭 Скорей бы отсюда улететь... #china #polution #hebei #shijiazhuang #китай #экология #bussinesstrip #chinatrip #instatrip
34 2 16 hours ago
It’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. In this case, a story this week out of #China is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “OMG! It’s a dragon! Why aren’t those people terrified?” Here’s what we know. The video was reportedly taken in #Zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #Hebei province in Northern #China with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022WinterOlympics. Let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “Hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). A translation of the story at wukong.com  says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. The long thin serpentine body matches the #Chinese version of dragons rather than the #GameofThrones or flying lizard types.

However, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or TV show. While the Chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it.

It seems like every odd fossil discovery in China gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. An alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary.

A 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #Qijiang city in the southwestern #Chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾More in comments 👇🏾 It’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. in this case, a story this week out of #china is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “omg! it’s a dragon! why aren’t those people terrified?” here’s what we know. the video was reportedly taken in #zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #hebei province in northern #china with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022winterolympics. let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). a translation of the story at wukong.com says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. the long thin serpentine body matches the #chinese version of dragons rather than the #gameofthrones or flying lizard types. however, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or tv show. while the chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it. it seems like every odd fossil discovery in china gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. an alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary. a 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #qijiang city in the southwestern #chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾more in comments 👇🏾
9 0 18 hours ago
Thoughts?

It’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. In this case, a story this week out of #China is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “OMG! It’s a dragon! Why aren’t those people terrified?” Here’s what we know. The video was reportedly taken in #Zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #Hebei province in Northern #China with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022WinterOlympics. Let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “Hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). A translation of the story at wukong.com  says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. The long thin serpentine body matches the #Chinese version of dragons rather than the #GameofThrones or flying lizard types.

However, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or TV show. While the Chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it.

It seems like every odd fossil discovery in China gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. An alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary.

A 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #Qijiang city in the southwestern #Chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾More in comments 👇🏾 Thoughts? it’s always good to be wary of headlines that contain the words “#dragon” and “terrified” – at least one of those two is undoubtedly not true. in this case, a story this week out of #china is accompanied by a video which helps answer half of the question but doesn’t resolve the other, leaving it open to shouts of “hoax” and “omg! it’s a dragon! why aren’t those people terrified?” here’s what we know. the video was reportedly taken in #zhangjiakou, which is not a remote village but a major city in the northwestern #hebei province in northern #china with a population of 4.3 million that will be one of the host cities for the #2022winterolympics. let’s hope they have this dragon thing figured out by then … although a downhill dragon skeleton might interest more people than curling or the skeleton (also known as “hold my beer and watch this, eh?”). a translation of the story at wukong.com says the skeleton measured about 60 feet long with a horned skull and two tiny arms at the neck-body joint. the long thin serpentine body matches the #chinese version of dragons rather than the #gameofthrones or flying lizard types. however, the skull seems more like an antelope and some witnesses thought the bones looked like they were from multiple cows and pieced together to fool the public or be used in a movie or tv show. while the chinese have long revered dragons and tell many scary stories of them, these witnesses didn’t seem reverent or afraid, as evidenced by a photo of two guys trying to ride it. it seems like every odd fossil discovery in china gets called a “dragon” before any analysis is done and dragon believers have been fooled by both hoaxes and real dinosaur bones. an alleged dragon fossil said to have been discovered in 1996 turned out to be a prop for a documentary. a 50-foot ‘dragon’ skeleton found in 2006 in #qijiang city in the southwestern #chongqing province was determined to be the long neck of a new species belonging to the mamenchisaurid family of long-necked dinosaurs. 🖐🏾more in comments 👇🏾
2,363 158 18 hours ago
Baijiu in Baoding - great dinner with our colleagues in Hebei University and looking forward to seeing them again today #baoding #Hebei Baijiu in baoding - great dinner with our colleagues in hebei university and looking forward to seeing them again today #baoding #hebei
4 0 19 hours ago
Entrenamiento
#PochoLavezzi #EzequielLavezzi #Lavezzi #HebeiCFFC #Hebei #HebeiChinaFortune 
Más fotos en nuestro Fan Page. Entrenamiento #pocholavezzi #ezequiellavezzi #lavezzi #hebeicffc #hebei #hebeichinafortune más fotos en nuestro fan page.
109 0 21 hours ago
говорят, селфи с умными подписями лайки только так набирают.окей,фото есть.. что бы написать-то такого умного? говорят, селфи с умными подписями лайки только так набирают.окей,фото есть.. что бы написать-то такого умного?
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