Interesting Items in the News
The largest dinosaurs were the huge sauropods. One of the most complete skeletons of these giant creatures ever to be excavated was recently dug up in Argentina. It weighed an astounding 130,000 pounds, almost the weight of a Boeing passenger jet! Part of a group called Titanosaurs, the monster has been dubbed Dreadnoughtus. Perhaps it might have better been named “Behemothsaurus!” For more information on the biggest dinosaurs, see the Genesis Park Big and Small Dinosaurs page.
Recently Added to the Park
An evolutionist named Ed took us to task for the popular little pamphlet featuring five key questions for evolutionists.” Check out the debate that ensued here: 5 Q’s for Evolutionists A couple of new depictions from the Maya culture have been added to the popular Ancient Dinosaur Depictions and Ancient Pterosaur Depictions pages. A team of researchers known as “Champ Search” were able to record an unusual sound in Lake Champlain in July of 2014. They believe it to be the sounds of the monster of the lake. Listen for yourself by going to the link at the bottom of our Champ web page.
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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.”
A couple of recent comments from visitors to Genesis Park:
- Sheri writes, “Just wanted to say LOVE the site. I am a big Champ of Lake Champlain fan and to update your info on Champ would be cool :).”
- Pastor King from the U.K. writes “Just to say that I love the website and have…for several years. Thank you for putting it together, and the work of the ministry itself.”
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