Hello fellow hubbers. Being somewhat new to hubpages I have created several hub related to the discovery of the Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons. Single most significant prehistoric biological discovery in history. The Seazoria dragons are about a thousand times more spectacular than the more simplistic younger land dinosaurs. Advanced prehistoric marine biology. and the discovery of the true prehistoric sea dragons.
Could anyone maybe take a look at these Seazoria dragon discovery hubs and review them. Also if anyone could possibly leave some comments as to the style, content, photos, format, length, or any other recommendations as to improve the effectiveness of the dragon hubs.
One final note. A salt lake city based geology company began compiling the the technical chemical composition profile of the Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons. Initial review of the data is outstanding. So if you review the Seazoria Dragon hubs keep in mind you are looking at the real dragons (remains). thanks
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by Seazoria 10 years ago
PREHISTORIC HALLETESTONEION SEZORIA DRAGONSHello Hubbers could anyone provide some helpful suggestions on how to create a successful hub. Also is it possible for someone to provide an overview explanation of HubPages works. The objective needing to be accomplished is the...
by Seazoria 10 years ago
Hello hubbers anyone that might be interested in the discovery of true prehistoric Sea dragon remains. You can view photos of Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons here in hub pages. A Salt Lake City based geology company is currently working on the chemical composition of Seazoria Dragon teeth spikes...
by thoughthole 6 years ago
My goodness, I have read oh so many forums trying to figure out why my once flourishing hubs suddenly took a devastating nosedive. I have learned a lot from others comments & shared experience. I have also recognized that there seems to potentially be a number of possible reasons why many hubs...
by Castlepaloma 6 years ago
Or Crouching Dragon and Hidden Dinosaur: In the Bible the word Tanniyn occurs 28 times in the Bible and is normally translated “dragon.” It is also translated “serpent,” “sea monster,” “great creature,” and “reptile. Ideas of creation science, is not taking a stand on the...
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