Friday, 7 December 2012

Dragon Eggs in Australian Museum

Joel Kontinen

One can occasionally see interesting relics in museums, for instance, dragon eggs. Or at least a museum in Kuranda, Queensland Australia, claims that it displays them.

However, evolutionists will claim that dragons were not real animals but creatures stemming from the folklore of uneducated people. They have nonetheless many features in common ´with dinosaurs.

And legendary creatures have to be reasonably real in order to lay real eggs.