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Are there dragons in the British Museum?
When some early fossil hunters unearthed the bones of creatures, they recognised them as more than mythical animals.
by Amelia Hunter
The remarkable landscape around Provadia, Bulgaria
Formed by Noah’s Flood
by Tas Walker
The Alvis Delk human-dino footprints artefact
Is it an ancient fossil indicating dino-human coexistence or a modern hoax?
by Tas Walker
The Cal Orcko (‘Lime Hill’) dinosaur trackways
Thousands of dinosaur tracks in a cliff?—How did they get there!
by Andrew Lamb
Dragons on Noahs Ark
Ancient artists produced spectacular animal imagery that includes a creature with easily discernible dinosaurian features.
by Philip Robinson
Can the Ica Stones be independently authenticated?
Thousands of engraved rocks, many depicting dinosaurs—are they authentic ancient artifacts?
by David Woetzel and Dennis Swift
Fossilized dinosaur retains its shape
Scientists excited that many details remain visible in exquisitely preserved creature.
by Warren Nunn
Dinosaur and mammal tracks found together
Highly concentrated fossil tracks found near NASA Goddard Space Center support Noah’s Flood
by Michael Oard
Dinosaurs are almost certainly extinct
We have had decades to verify the many claims that dinosaurs are still alive today, but to date none of those have panned out.
by Robert W. Carter, Gary Bates, Jonathan Sarfati
Argentina egg site supports BEDS model
Unscrambling the clues at a fossil site in Argentina which contains thousands of yet-to-be-hatched dinosaurs that have been quickly buried.
by Michael J. Oard
The Bronze Tree of Sanxingdui
An intriguing archaeological find raises comparisons with the biblical account of the Fall.
by Stephen Brennecke
On pterosaurs, and flights of the evolutionary imagination
Non-existent evolutionary ‘ghost lineages’ have been invoked to try to explain these fascinating flying reptiles.
by John Woodmorappe