In the News
Researchers recently discovered a well-preserved amber fossil containing a wasp attacking a spider. Amber provides a window back into the pre-flood conditions on the early earth. See: http://www.genesispark.com/exhibits/early-earth/atmosphere/.
A new species of monkey has been identified in the Congo, only the second such discovery in 28 years! If a large, 15 pound monkey with bright blue buttocks could have gone this long unknown to the outside world, what else might still be found lurking in equatorial Africa?
Our book Chronicles of Dinosauria has been published by Master Books and is now available at major booksellers like Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Recently Added to the Park
As a result of weeks of research in Europe, there are significant additions to the ever-popular Ancient Dinosaur Depictions and Ancient Pterosaur Depictions pages. A number of medieval dragon representations are presented and analyzed. As part of the Genesis Park revision 6 months ago, we added Google Analytics to monitor our site traffic. You might be interested to know that Genesis Park has over 12,000 unique visitors per month.
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!
A couple of recent comments from visitors to Genesis Park:
- Rachel writes, “I just want to say a big huge THANK YOU for this website. It’s been the best I’ve come across so far…”
- A visitor from Texas asks, “Where are ya’ll located? I couldn’t find an address or anything on the website.”
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