Dinosaurs In Literature, History and Art: Dinosaurs in Central and South America

Posted by Chris Parker
Apr 08 2007

“LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD: 65 million years ago: The horned ceratopians (also called ceratopsians) evolved late in the Cretaceous Period and were the last group of ornithischian (bird-hipped) dinosaurs to evolve before succumbing to a mass extinction after only 20 million years of existence”… paleodirect.com

“Have nothing to do with godless myths and old wives’ tales; rather, train yourself to be godly”…1 Timothy 4:7

We say “possible” contact because it is not easy to identify creatures which we know today only through artists’s conceptions based on anything from a few bones to an entire skeleton, when looking at what we presume to be artistic representations by eyewitnesses. Often, too we only have one photo to work from.

We believe that these three pieces represent eyewitness representations of ceratopsian dinosaurs, a group featuring hundreds if not thousands of diverse characteristics. An analogy might be perhaps identifying a pre-Hispanic representation correctly as a dog–and then further attempting to identify the specific breed.

Of course, it’s up to you whether or not you agree that these artifacts are representations of ceratopsians, which after, all were supposedly extinct millions of years before “Columbus discovered America”. (He didn’t)

Click Here to Read Article and to See the Three Artifacts

 

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