Chris Parker has examined hundreds of cultural artifacts and works of art that seem to depict dinosaur species known from science. How could ancient artisans have accurately depicted animals that had been extinct for millions of years?
Dinosaurs in Literature, Art & History... Page 33Note the “horns” on the plesiosaur handle found in 1959 in Shilou Xian, Shanxi Province in China. These are probably auditory-acoustic type receivers designed for submerged detection and tracking of fish.
Dinosaurs in Literature, Art & History... Page 32The Fang Jian Sauropod data is interesting. Of specific interest is the three-toed claw which fits rather well with Mokele-Memembe observations, and of course the paleontology record.
Dinosaurs in Literature, Art & History... Page 31Here at s8int.com, we know that there's probably no less exciting "dinosaur" than the ankylosaur ---but here again we use this particular distinctive animal to prove that man and "dinosaur" co-existed, just as the Bible tells us.
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