St George slaying a Dragon

Sea dragons (dinosaurs) did not live millions of years ago but lived very recently. Much ancient pottery, drawings and pictographs show land and sea dinosaurs. This picture shows Saint George slaying a dragon,
sometime between his birth in 263 A.D. and death in 303 A.D. The ‘ancient’ pottery and native’s hieroglyphics vary in age from a few centuries to a few thousand years at the most, no where near millions. A fishing trawler off New Zealand probably caught a pleiosaur (extinct ocean dwelling dinosaur) in 1977. Natives in the deep Congo jungle of Africa claim small dinosaurs live there to this day.

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