Stegosaurus Depiction at Angkor Wat

Posted by Chris Parker
Aug 04 2005

The stegosaurus is a dinosaur that “science” says has been extinct for at least 140 million years.

Angkor Wat was established by the Khmer after 800 A.D., and abandoned 400 to 500 years ago. Among all the depictions of animals at the temple, how is that they chiseled out such a clear depiction of the stegosaurus?

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See Also: Dinosaurs in the Temple; The Angkor Wat Stegosaur; the Bi-Pedal Dinosaur and Giant Creature at Umm El-Kanatir and Others

Click Here to Read;Ancient Stegosaur Depictions at Caria

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