Floating Mountain found in Pacific

"I don't know how it went unnoticed, it's absolutely huge."

BY CALE THIMMESCH

Studies are still being conducted as the discovery of a giant landmass suspended in the air questions the very concept of reality as we know it. It is unknown if the "mountain" was always located in the Southern Pacific or had been moving along a pathway around the world. This floating mountain, completely cut off by the air and ocean below, seems to host its own ecosystem, and along with it, a massive number of never-before seen animals. Scientists say the floating rock must be millions of years old due to the extreme genetic difference between that of the creatures of the mountain and the ones located on secure land. Simulations of the island show a weakened gravity force on the mountain to be at least 80% of what is found on earth's surface. Also, due to strange gravity stuff, the air is denser and has little oxygen.
Traits that seem indigenous to the mountain animals include nostrils located on the neck area, two sets of eyes, one primary and one secondary, a highly evolved nervous system, and three pairs of legs. It is unknown why these traits help the animals to be better suited to their environment. One of the most prominent species is a giant, pterodactyl-like creature which is said to dominate the mountain. their wingspan is almost fourteen meters in length.
"Mountain Banshees (Chirotera Thimmesch) are found in the newly discovered Floating Islands of the South Pacific. It is unknown how this environment shaped the Mountain banshees so drastically from their ancestor, the bat. Their wingspan is 13.9 meters in length. Flexible vanes can extend to allow flight. Nostrils, however, moved down from the bat’s nose to the upper chest and neck, allowing air to flow during flight and increasing blood oxygen levels. Most have an aqua-blue skin with red highlight towards the back. An advanced aerodynamic head and wings allow the Mountain banshee to dive up to 160 mile per hour. Autopsies and x-rays shows an astounding structural resemblance to ancient bats. The most popular theory is that Mountain Banshee are indeed related to bats. Other studies show little to no apposing evidence." - Studies on the Discovery of the Mountain Banshee, a very fictional resource
Along with similar anatomy, it is believed that bats blew here by storm millions of years ago. Initially, they may have lived in caves, but migrated outside and became diurnal due to lack of predator and threat. As seen in these pictures, wings are similar along with claw-like appendages on both Mountain Banshee and Flying Fox.
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