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Dragons were considered real creatures until relatively recently. They appear in oral stories, art, and literature from cultures around the world and some historians even describe them. Dragons represent the collective, though exaggerated, memory of dinosaurs before that word was invented in 1841 to describe their remains.
Many dragon legends such as what we find outside the Bible could be embellished, but the basic characteristics of dragons can be found in known creatures. Biblical creationists are not surprised by artifacts depicting dragons or the worldwide accounts of dragons living among men—that idea is consistent with the Bible.
Some versions of the Bible include numerous mentions of “dragons” (although other versions use different words), and most cultures have legends of dragon encounters. What’s more, these stories of dragons portray them as creatures quite like dinosaurs.
Creationists are seeing increasing success in convincing the public that dinosaurs did not die out 65 million years ago and were actually contemporaneous with humans. A Popular Science article suggests that dragons are not necessarily mythological but have a biology based in the “real world”.
Like many other countries around the world, there is evidence that dragons had something to do with Peru’s past.
Dragons appear again and again in the records of cultures around the world, as well as in their art and pottery.
Did dragons ever exist? Or is that idea too ridiculous for “real” science?
Bigfoot has been found—or so claim two men who say they have found the dead body of a Sasquatch.
Right under my nose was a fascinating find—in a book in my office that I overlooked for years.
To the chagrin of evolutionary/long-age believers, there is a mass of historical evidence that people and dinosaurs (called ‘dragons’ in ancient times) lived together.
A most interesting essay by one of the last of the church fathers, titled 'On Dragons and Ghosts', was very recently translated for the first time and published in Moscow.
Reports of unknown monsters of the deep have been a part of sea lore for hundreds of years, but little attention has been paid to such tales until recently.
A strange sea creature, said to resemble the Loch Ness Monster, has been reported off the coast of Cornwall in south-west England according to London’s Daily Mail.
Australian Aborigines have long spoken of a frightening legendary creature they call a bunyip.