There have been many little-known sightings of small, therapod-like reptiles commonly seen in or near rivers. These are often called names like "River Dinos", "River Lizards", "Prairie Devils", and "Mini T.-Rexs" by the locals. They have been reported across the country, with most sightings in and around Colorado.
In Oklahoma a raptor-creature was sighted. It might have actually have been a River Dino.
Habitat[edit | edit source]
River Dinos are reported in very wild and isolated areas in Colorado and nearby states, like Utah. They are often seen near rivers
Appearance[edit | edit source]
They appear to be somewhat similar to Compsognathus, a small species of dinosaur, and are compared to three-foot tall bipeal lizards.
Possible Identity[edit | edit source]
It has been suggested by some researchers that these animals could perhaps represent an undiscovered species of bipedal iguanid lizard.
Seen Also[edit | edit source]
Aside from the Burrunjor, all of these have been suggested to be the same creature