Dinosaurs still alive


A common question asked about dinosaur is "How did they go extinct?" Numerous theories have been proposed, the most popular proposed by evolutionist is an asteroid impact


Other evolutionist theories include, volcanic activity, changes in the Earth's orbit that caused climactic cooling, mammals eating dinosaurs' eggs, large amounts of methane in the Earth's atmosphere causing a greenhouse effect, herbivorous dinosaurs' over foraging, carnivorous dinosaurs' over culling of the herbivores and a nearby supernova bathed the Earth in deadly radiation.

Creationist theories include the Flood, post flood hunting by man, and post Flood environmental changes.

All theories on dinosaur extinction have one assumption in common and that is:

That dinosaurs are extinct.

So, the first question that need to be asked is did dinosaurs go extinct? As it turns out there is evidence that says the answer is no. Yes, some dinosaurs may still be alive.


Lake Champlain is located between New York and Vermont. It is a large lake, running along most of the border. Many people have reported seeing the Lake Champlain Monster also known as Champ. This photograph was taken by Sandi Mansi. She, her husband and two kids watched it for 10 minutes in 1977.

In 1998, a Discover Magazine article on Lake Champlain stated that 58 passengers on  board the Ethan Allan saw a creature 30 to 35 feet long, with three to five humps for about 5 minutes. It swam along with the boat off the port side, at a distance about 200 feet.

Lake Erie critter.


This animal was discovered by Pete Peterson of Cleveland, Ohio in 1992. He was walking on the beach of Lake Erie, when he found this dead baby creature. Being a taxidermist he took it home and mounted it.

It is about three feet long, with four flippers, a tail and pouch like structures on the side of its cheeks. A DNA analysis found no DNA match.

 Pensacola, Florida

In 1962 five teenagers went scuba diving, out to a sunken ship about two miles off the coast. The only survivor of the trip was Edward Brian McCleary. They saw an animal and he described is as:

“The neck was about twelve feet long, brownish- green and smooth looking.  The head was like that of a sea turtle except more elongated, with teeth.…There appeared to be what looked like a dorsal fin when it dove under for the last time.  Also, as best I am able to recall, the eyes were green with oval pupils."

He saw his friends get eaten by the animal and even heard them screaming. Finally making it the ship he spent the night on the portion that was above water. In the morning he swam a shore where he was found by the rescuer

Mokele Mbembe

Mokele Mbembe lives in the Congo Swamps. The above picture gives a good idea as to An animal they said lives in the swamp.

Mokele Mbembe is about 20 feet long, mostly neck and tail, with a body is
about the size of a hippopotamus. They live mainly under water and barely stick their necks out to grab the plants. Their favorite plant is the Malombo plant, which has a hard fruit something like an apple.

Their footprints have claw marks on them, show that they are not elephants or hippos, but are about the same size.

Marcellin Agnagna; a biologist from the Congo; went on one of the expeditions into the swamp and claims that he saw one. Unfortunately the humidity makes photography extremely difficult, so no actual pictures are available of what the animal looks like. These swamps are on the equator, it is usually 95 degrees and 95% humidity, with lots of mosquitoes.

A team head by Dr. Roy Mackal of the University of Chicago, visited these swamps in 1980. The natives identified a picture in a kid's coloring book of  a diplodocus as Mokele Mbembe.

South American Dinosaurs.

In 1907, Col. Percy Fawcett of the British Army Sent to mark the boundaries between Brazil and Peru. He was an officer in the Royal Engineers and known as a meticulous recorder of facts. In the swamps of the Amazon Jungle, he saw an animal he claimed to be Diplodocus. When he showed a drawing of a Diplodocus to the natives of the area they said, "Yep, we've got those living out there in the swamp."

Living Pterodactyl

This seems to be a genuine photo of a Pterodactyl, shot down by Confederate soldiers during the Civil war.  A film crew shooting a movie in the south took a similar picture in an effort to recreate a famous photo that was believed to have been lost. The picture above seems to be the original.  

Ooparts & Ancient High Technology--Evidence of Noah's Flood?

Here is what seems to be an old photo of a man holding a Rhamphorhynchus. Note the flange on the tail.

Romandi, a man from Kenya Africa told Dr. Ken Hovind:

"You mentioned that there were pterodactyls still alive?  We've got them in my village back home.  They are only about a four feet wing span.  They come out at  night.  Nobody likes them.  Their favorite food is rotting human flesh.  So if you bury somebody and you don't bury them deep enough, Kongomato will dig them up and eat them."

The African explorer Melland, was told about a creature the natives called Kongomato. They live in the swamps of the Congo, near Rhodesia. The natives described it:

“It was a bird, but not exactly a bird, more like a lizard with wings of skin like a bat's.“

They identified a picture of a pterodactyl as Kongomato.

There are reports from missionaries in Venezuela tell of similar creatures on Seram an island off the coast of New Guinea.


Unfortunately there are hoaxes from time to time

This image is alleged to be a blow up from a photo taken by Daily Telegraph correspondent Ian Colvin, but it was really taken from a magazine illustration.

Sadly hoaxes muddy the water in this area, and give evolutionists an excuse to ignore all such photos.

African Pterodactyls

Ooparts & Ancient High Technology--Evidence of Noah's Flood?



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