If you look closely you can see a dinosaur aboard the ark in one of the chambers.
It’s very well-known that the museum and Ark Encounter feature dinos in their exhibits:
The upper-right stall appears to hold Holsteins, a modern cattle breed that would not have existed ~4000 years ago.
An interesting thing about Holsteins is they are very inbred, and all 9 million or so are offspring of 1 of 2 bulls, with a total genetic diversity of an effective population size of 50. So maybe the flood DID cause a severe bottleneck…
Note also that the Holsteins are the same size as both the Tyranosaurus rex and the raptors!
Are you implying that people who design museum displays for educational purposes should actually do some research not use their imaginations and artistic license? What a party pooper.
Well in their defense, small scale modelling for dioramas it a very labor intensive art. I can’t really blame them for using easily available figures rather than building from scratch.
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