Interesting Items in the News

In August of 2017 the Natural History Museum in London admitted that there was an error in their dinosaur display. The mistake was brought to their attention by a 10 year old boy! The silhouette display was supposed to show an Oviraptor (right). However, Charlie noticed that the display was erroneously showing the silhouette of a Protoceratops – a sheep-sized herbivore from the Triceratops family. Charlie’s parents say he wants to be a paleontologist when he grows up. Looks like he’s already on the right track! In Argentina a new Titanosaur was discovered, possibly the largest sauropod ever to walk the Earth. Patagotitant is thought to have weighed about 70 tons!

Recently Added to the Park

Genesis Park recently revised the website featuring Larger Organisms in the Past. Based on our recent expedition to Cambodia, we added new insight to the Ropen of Papua New Guinea page. Some additional fulfilled prophecies and scientifically accurate statements of the Bible have been added to our popular page Evidence that the Bible is God’s Word. Our latest article is up featuring our research into Cambodian Ta Prohm Stegosaur Carvings.

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Upcoming Events

Our Upcoming Expeditions page has been updated to reflect the initiatives planned for the next few years. We are optimistic of an exciting discovery in the near future! The DinoDave website features Dave Woetzel’s speaking schedule and an overview of “The Creation Investigation.”

Visitor Feedback

A couple of recent comments from visitors to Genesis Park:

        • Ann writes “Where is the park located?”
        • [RESPONSE] Genesis Park is only a virtual facility. Perhaps one day if we capture one of these remaining dinosaurian creatures, we will establish a physical location.
        • Linda wrote, “I want to comment on your text [The Anglo Saxon Chronicle quote] This remarkable book also describes an encounter with a dragon in 1405: ‘Close to the town of Bures, near Sudbury, there has lately appeared, to the great hurt of the countryside, a dragon, vast in body, with a crested head, teeth like a saw, and a tail extending to an enormous length.’ After several years of work, my husband and I believe we can make a plausible case that the ‘dragon’ was a Nile crocodile belonging to Lionel of Antwerp, who owned a castle with a menagerie at Clare.”
        • RESPONSE: “Hello Linda, Thanks for stopping by Genesis Park and leaving a comment. I’d be curious to know if he kept the croc outside all year. I can’t imagine it surviving winter at that latitude. The tail description would fit. But the crested head description is not a particularly good fit. Surely someone would have known about crocodiles and identified this monster, especially if the menagerie had been kept just a couple of towns upstream. I’m doubtful.”

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