Dinosaur Pictures
Evidence of Dinosaurs in the Twentieth Century

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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. The story is given in Shipwrecks and Sea Monsters, available from CSE for $9.00.  The sardine fishermen often reported seeing creatures like this in the 1920-40 era.

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This photo of the Lake Champlain monster was taken by Sandi Mansi in 1977. Dr. Hovind interviewed her.  The interview is on Seminar video tape #2.  Thousands of people claim to have seen this creature in Lake Champlain, on the New York/Vermont border.

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Nessie, seen with open mouth. (Readers Digest's Strange Stories, Amazing Facts 1978 p. 424)

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These two pictures are of an apparent Plesiosaur caught by a Japanese fishing boat off the coast of New Zealand in 1977. It had apparently been dead for a couple weeks. It was 32 feet long and weighed 4000 pounds. Some have argued that this is a basking shark because the protein was 96% similar to shark protein. No one has ever seen plesiosaur protein to know what it should look like. Scores of vastly different animals have very similar proteins. This only proves a common designer for both.

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On November 16, 1970, this 50 foot long carcass washed ashore in Situate Harbor, Massachusetts in the middle of the night. Before it could be safeguarded and studied, a crowd had gathered and mutilated the body. Many of those who saw it felt it was a sea monster.

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This 31" creature was found on the shore of Lake Erie and mounted by taxidermist Pete Peterson. It is currently at the Creation Evidences Museum in Glen Rose, Texas. (254-897-3200) The creature has yet to be identified.

This article, written by Dr. Kent Hovind,
have been posted on this website with Dr.Hovinds kindest permission.