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Live plesiosaurs: weighing the evidence

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In the Mouth of Madness
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« on: October 15, 2011, 03:41:03 pm »

Dr. Kent Hovind claims that these 2 pictures are a plesiosaur.

   



On his website he says the following:

    "This apparent Plesiosaur washed up on Moore's Beach in Monterey Bay, California in 1925. The neck was described as being about 20 feet long. No credible explanation has ever been made to explain it, other than Plesiosaurs still living in the Pacific Ocean."

Dr. Hovind uses the book "Shipwrecks and Sea Monsters" as the source of his information.

In April of 1998, I contacted one of the world's leading cryptozoologists about this carcass. This is his reply:

    4/16/98
    "It is definitely a beaked or Bairdís whale and was identified by a competent marine zoologist at the time. It does not have a 20 foot neck. That is the body which and already been either eaten or by other animals or decomposed."
    Blackhawk

I contacted (2001) Dr. Hovind about this, and he never gave an adequate response.

Whether plesiosaurs are alive or extinct is certainly interesting to think about. But what is more important than this is acknowledging that God is Creator, and that all animals living and extinct were made by God and not by a long process of evolution.

http://www.angelfire.com/mi/dinosaurs/lochness.html
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