Written by: Chuck Anderson of Discovery News
In 1945, a German immigrant named Waldamar Julsrud discovered thousands of clay figurines buried at the foot of El Toro Mountain on the outskirts of a little town called Acambaro, Guanajuato, Mexico.
The artifacts have been identified by scientists as coming from the Pre-Classical Chupicuaro Culture (800 B.C. to 200 A.D.)
Although Dr. Julsrud was highly respected and well thought of among his peers as a knowledgeable and experienced archaeologist, his discovery of over 33,000 ceramic figurines was challenged by other archaeologists because many of become extinct 65 million years ago. How could men have possibly made such images in ancient times? The knowledge of dinosaurs was thought to have been accumulated only during the past 200 years.
After years of heated discussions, the Mexican government sent four well-known archaeologists to Acambaro to make a thorough investigation. A different but nearby site was selected, and an archaeological dig was begun. Six feet down they , too, found numerous examples of similar figurines and concluded that the Julsrud find was authentic, dinosaur figurines and all.
These artifacts of ancient art figurines depicting dinosaurs are considered “problematic” by some archaeologists and scientists who hold to the flawed theory of evolution. The figurines reveal that ancient artists modeled what they observed: huge reptilian dinosaurs!
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