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"Avalanche" Taro Suruga Is "Fujita" alive?Consideration spreading on the net

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There are many voices that speculate that "Mr. Fujita is alive !?" and "Mr. Suruga would be interesting", along with voices pushing for a survival theory while trembling with unexpected developments on SNS.

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Survival theory

Survival theoryIt is speculated that a person who died at a certain time, or an extinct organism, was actually alive after that time, or is still alive.hypothesisThat.


It is said that a person / animal / plant has already died or become extinct, but is still alive for some reason, or even after the date when it is said to have died / extinct.Death theoryIt is. Same person theoryOften doubles as.Also a kindNoble species exileSome have become.For animals and plantsUnidentified organismTreated as.

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Flora and fauna

  • Mammoth --There are sightings in Siberia and Alaska.Archaeological records show that the last mammoth died1700 BCAround the time.
  • Owl wolf --There is sighting information.
  • Giant moa --There is sighting information.
  • Japanese wolf --There is sighting information[14].
  • Megalodon --The theory of survival is disseminated[15].
  • Steller's sea cow --Officially1768 It is said to have become extinct, but there are sightings in 1962 after that.
  • Alamosaurus --There is a theory that it survived for about 70 years even after the great extinction of the Cretaceous.
  • Ceratosaurus --Witness information in Alaska's Partritsji Cove[16].
  • Japanese otter --There is sighting information.


  1. ^ Gakken Education Publishing (2013). Encyclopedia of unknown animals. Gakken plus. p. 92. ISBN 9784059147695. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=4QpnCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA92#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  2. ^ Japanese history unsolved file p140
  3. ^ Japanese history unsolved file p143
  4. ^ Japanese history unsolved file p137
  5. ^ Japanese history unsolved file p286
  6. ^ Japanese history unsolved file p293
  7. ^ Japanese history unsolved file p133
  8. ^ Japanese history unsolved file p290
  9. ^ Hikaru Shiraishi (2021). 100% Mook Series Complete Guide Series 296 German-Soviet Battle Complete Guide. Jinyusha. p. 104. ISBN 9784801814660. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=NXn4DwAAQBAJ&pg=PA104#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  10. ^ Shinichiro Namiki (2007). The strongest urban legend 1. Business world _ (publisher). p. 1994. ISBN 9784766783988. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=lHK4DQAAQBAJ&pg=PA1994#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  11. ^ Voice editorial department (2016). Voice_September 28 issue. PHP Institute. p. 51. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=jyIODQAAQBAJ&pg=PT51#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  12. ^ Sakutaro Yano (2017). China-Asia diplomatic secret story. Toyo Keizai Inc.. p. 162. ISBN 9784492444429. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=-RKYDgAAQBAJ&pg=PT162#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  13. ^ a b c CyzoEditorial department (2021). Cyzo 2021 July / August merger issueCyzo Co., Ltd. p. 58. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=qKM4EAAAQBAJ&pg=PA58#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  14. ^ Rei Hani (2001). Paranormal Encyclopedia. Niko Shobo. p. 187. ISBN 9784880861159. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=aw1KNBN4uPUC&pg=PA187#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  15. ^ Yu Uebayashi (2012). Mystery, strange, mysterious things you want to know. Seitosha. p. 165. ISBN 9784791683550. https://books.google.co.jp/books?id=Q3WQGAMEr7wC&pg=PA165#v=onepage&q&f=false 
  16. ^ Eishiro Suzuki (Hanajin) "Mysterious World: Strange Story Strange StorySeikado, 1908, p. 13.2021/10/3Browse.


  • Japan Expo Club "Japanese History Unsolved File" From "Prince Shotoku's fictional character theory" to "Saigo Takamori's survival theory"』PHP Institute, October 2005.ISBN 9784569664668.
  • Barroy, Jean-Jack, "Phantom Animals", translated by Naomi Bekaer, Hayakawa Publishing <Hayakawa Bunko NF 138>, November 1987.ISBN 978-4-15-050138-9.
  • Barroy, Jean-Jack, "Phantom Animals", translated by Naomi Bekaer, Hayakawa Publishing <Hayakawa Bunko NF 139>, November 1987.ISBN 978-4-15-050139-6.

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