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ArgentinosaurusHuinculensis1Titanosaurs are a group of large sauropod dinosaurs that have been found on every continent int the world, even Antarctica.  A New Titanosaur Find in Argentina may break all previous dinosaur size records. The remains are from an animal estimated to have been about 130 ft long and standing an amazing 65 ft tall. The unusual height likely makes it a unique new species and gives it extra mass. Its estimated weight of 77 tons makes it the largest identified land animal in Earth’s history!

pelagornis-sandersi largest birdThe largest bird ever discovered was unearthed near Charleston, SC.  The new species, Pelagornis sandersi, had an estimated wingspan of over 20 feet when its feathers are included. By way of comparison, the biggest living bird, the albatross, has a wingspan of just under 12 feet. Currently being studied at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, the Pelagornis fossil remains push the limits of how big researchers supposed a bird could get. See more monstrously-sized creatures from the fossil record at our Larger Organisms in the Past page.

Recently Added to the Park

An old 1948 report of a Mokele-Mbembe sighting has come to light. The encounter with two of the monsters took place on Lake Barombi Mbo in western Cameroon. Additional facts and an eye witness drawing can be seen on the Monster of Cameroon page. We have added a couple of new Mosasaur pictures to our web page featuring depictions of the swimming great reptiles. A new page has been added to discuss the Dorchester Vase, a human artifact that was discovered in a rock layer dated to the Ediacaran Period by evolutionists (over 500 million years ago).

We have now initiated a monthly electronic newsletter which will push the latest information to your email so you won’t have to check back on this news page to see what’s going on. You can easily unsubscribe if you don’t care for it, but we’d love to have you sign up for the Genesis Park Monthly Newsletter!

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 new DinoDave website is now active, featuring Dave Woetzel’s speaking schedule and other upcoming initiatives.

Visitor Feedback

A couple of recent comments from visitors to Genesis Park:

        • Greg from Auburn, WA wrote: “I love Dave’s new dinodave.com site and have been following your collective work for nearly a decade. Of particular interest is the ongoing Ropen investigations…”
        • Cindy writes, “Where are you located?  We are planning a trip west and considered visiting your museum.” Unfortunately Genesis Park is only a virtual presence at this time.

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