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Well the reason the author wrote the article was to raise awareness about this creature.
What about the purpose? What do you think was the point of this article/website?
hmm at least they're not trying to sell the reader anything. But the research seems made up and unrealistic.
well at least they aren't trying to sell anything to the reader, but the research still seems unrealistic.
It is pretty general but it seems to be targeted towards students and younger people because of the designs and how the article is written
Do you know what type of audience they were trying to target?
It was created in 1998!! and updated 2 years ago
Now, the last rule. When was the article made? is it dated?
Thanks Jim, I did some more research and found out it was fake.
oh wow! In my opinion I don't think it is reliable but hopefully this criteria helped you.
Now I know how to tell when an article is reliable and not.
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