Monday, 8 September 2014

Big new dinosaur found

Dreadnaughtus of recent fame was apparently 7 times the size of an adult t. Rex. An impressive beast, sounds like the dinosaur Behemoth described in the Book of Job.

The palaeontologist who dug up the bones interviewed on the radio last week was asked why the skeleton was complete as opposed to being scattered by scavengers eating the corpse (as usually happens when a large animal dies and falls to the ground).

A flood, he said. This gigantic land animal's entire body was entombed by mud carried by a flood. The biggest land animal ever was covered by fast moving liquid mud carried by 'a river flood'.

Some river. Some flood. Some coincidence.

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