The author also describes how a "flying dinosaur" turned out to be a fraudulent modern creation composed from pieces of fossils (there is apparently a great deal of money to be made from the discovery of "new" fossils) but even after being notified that there was no such thing as a feathered dinosaur and being informed of the fraud, which was discovered via CT scanning, a scientist at the well-respected scientific publication National Geographic chose to go ahead with publication of the article describing evidence of a flying dinosaur as fact and some museums still carry displays of dinosaurs with feathers, although absolutely no real evidence that dinosaurs had feathers exists.
That's a Costa Rican dragonfly, in case you're interested. They were swarming around the pond below our hotel in Monteverde, one day, and they are remarkably difficult to photograph in flight. I gave it my all. You should see how many bad dragonfly photos I brought home.
Patricia Wood, author of Lottery (still in my top 5 from the last few years) says dragonflies are symbolic of luck, success and good fortune. Should I have caught one? That would have been quite a picture -- Bookfool chasing dragonflies. Okay, I'll leave you with that lovely thought.